[SCALE] How I run `helm` and `kubectl` from the command line

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  • helm

    The Kubernetes Package Manager

    The apps section of TrueNAS SCALE are at their core helm charts, which are a method to package/describing kubernates (aka k8s) deployment of docker containers.

  • kubernetes

    Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    The apps section of TrueNAS SCALE are at their core helm charts, which are a method to package/describing kubernates (aka k8s) deployment of docker containers.

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  • k3s

    Lightweight Kubernetes

    Since kubernates requires at least 3 nodes to be functional, the Rancher's k3s all-in-one lightweight cluster is used to allow everything to run on a single machine.

  • truetool

    A TrueCharts automatic and bulk update utility

    cd /mnt/pool/scripts git clone https://github.com/truecharts/truetool.git cd truetool chmod +x truetool.sh # I also use this: alias turetool="/mnt/pool/scripts/truetool.sh "

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