I’m now deploying Zero to JupyterHub with Kubernetes on a Bare Metal Host with MicroK8s.
I’m now tring to customize existing docker image. I have build Docker image and push to Dockerhub.
In the congig.yaml, I have setup the Docker image and run a
When I change the Docker image and push to Docker hub and run helm update, the change doed not affect to the releae.
In the event log
[Normal] Container image “*****/****:latest” already present on machine
How can I update the Docker image?
You can try changing
The JupyterHub Helm chart is configurable by values in your config.yaml. In this way, you can extend user resources, build off of different Docker images, manage security and authentication, and mo...
However it’s generally a bad idea to use
:latest image tags since as you’ve discovered it’s difficult to keep track of which version of an image you’re running, it’s best to use a unique tag for each version of the image.
Now I understand how to do.
Because I’m in early stage of development phase, I’m frequently change the container image. After debagging and testing, I’ll use version number.