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How can we achieve automatic rollback in case of "helm upgrade" failures?


@Tejaswini_Vadlamudi
 

Hi,

Does anyone have ideas about supporting automatic rollback in terms of failures? Over slack, people recommend different sets of tools. What is the recommended approach or best feasible approach to use?

Do I need to use any helm operator or?

I also notice helm3 not supporting the atomic flag, which was created to support automatic rollback.

Thanks,
Teja


Matt Fisher
 

Not sure where you got the information that the atomic flag doesn’t exist in Helm 3. I just checked, and it’s been there since Helm 3.0.0, and it’s present in HEAD.



If you want to automatically roll back in case of a failure, you can use the atomic flag. I’m not aware of another feature to handle rollbacks.

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Matthew Fisher

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Microsoft Canada



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Hi,

Does anyone have ideas about supporting automatic rollback in terms of failures? Over slack, people recommend different sets of tools. What is the recommended approach or best feasible approach to use?

Do I need to use any helm operator or?

I also notice helm3 not supporting the atomic flag, which was created to support automatic rollback.

Thanks,
Teja