Commit 16e0d6e7 authored by Joshua Lambert's avatar Joshua Lambert
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Add link to cloud native charts, add helm init info

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## Installing GitLab using the Helm Chart
> You may see a temporary error message `SchedulerPredicates failed due to PersistentVolumeClaim is not bound` while storage provisions. Once the storage provisions, the pods will automatically restart. This may take a couple minutes depending on your cloud provider. If the error persists, please review the [prerequisites](#prerequisites) to ensure you have enough RAM, CPU, and storage.
Ensure the GitLab repo has been added and re-initialize Helm:
```bash
helm repo add gitlab https://charts.gitlab.io
helm init
```
Once you [have configured](#configuration) GitLab in your `values.yml` file,
run the following:
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## Installing GitLab using the Helm Chart
> You may see a temporary error message `SchedulerPredicates failed due to PersistentVolumeClaim is not bound` while storage provisions. Once the storage provisions, the pods will automatically restart. This may take a couple minutes depending on your cloud provider. If the error persists, please review the [prerequisites](#prerequisites) to ensure you have enough RAM, CPU, and storage.
Once you have reviewed the [configuration settings](#configuring-and-installing-gitlab) and [added the Helm repository](index.md#add-the-gitlab-helm-repository), you can install the chart. We recommending saving your configuration options in a `values.yaml` file for easier upgrades in the future.
Ensure the GitLab repo has been added and re-initialize Helm:
```bash
helm repo add gitlab https://charts.gitlab.io
helm init
```
Once you have reviewed the [configuration settings](#configuring-and-installing-gitlab) you can install the chart. We recommending saving your configuration options in a `values.yaml` file for easier upgrades in the future.
For example:
```bash
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## Installing GitLab Runner using the Helm Chart
Ensure the GitLab repo has been added and re-initialize Helm:
```bash
helm repo add gitlab https://charts.gitlab.io
helm init
```
Once you [have configured](#configuration) GitLab Runner in your `values.yml` file,
run the following:
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## Using the GitLab Helm Charts
GitLab makes available three Helm Charts: an easy to use bundled chart, and a specific chart for GitLab itself and the Runner.
GitLab makes available three Helm Charts.
- [gitlab-omnibus](gitlab_omnibus.md): The easiest way to get started. Includes everything needed to run GitLab, including: a Runner, Container Registry, automatic SSL, and an Ingress.
- [gitlab-omnibus](gitlab_omnibus.md): **Recommended** and the easiest way to get started. Includes everything needed to run GitLab, including: a Runner, Container Registry, automatic SSL, and an Ingress.
- [gitlab](gitlab_chart.md): Just the GitLab service, with optional Postgres and Redis.
- [gitlab-runner](gitlab_runner_chart.md): GitLab Runner, to process CI jobs.
We are also working on a new set of [cloud native Charts](https://gitlab.com/charts/helm.gitlab.io) which will eventually replace these.
[chart]: https://github.com/kubernetes/charts
[helm-quick]: https://github.com/kubernetes/helm/blob/master/docs/quickstart.md
[helm]: https://github.com/kubernetes/helm/blob/master/README.md
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