This topic describes how to configure Milvus components and its third-party dependencies with Helm charts.
You can configure Milvus with a configuration file
values.yaml directly or with the following command.
$ wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/milvus-io/milvus-helm/master/charts/milvus/values.yaml
Configure your Milvus instance to suit your application scenarios by adjusting corresponding parameters in
Check the following links for more information about each parameter.
|Data and meta|
For other parameters specifically to Kubernetes installation, See Milvus Helm Chart Configuration.
Having finished modifying the configuration file, you can then start Milvus with the file.
$ helm upgrade my-release milvus/milvus -f values.yaml
Alternatively, you can upgrade Milvus configurations directly with the Helm command.
Before upgrade, you can check the configurable parameters with Helm charts.
$ helm show values milvus/milvus
Configure and start Milvus by adding
--set in the command for upgrade.
# For instance, upgrade the Milvus cluster with compaction disabled $ helm upgrade my-release milvus/milvus --set dataCoord.enableCompaction=false
If you want to learn how to monitor the Milvus services and create alerts:
If you are looking for instructions on how to allocate resources: