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A Helm chart for a CronJob based DigitalOcean DynDNS client.

Type: application Version: 0.2.4 AppVersion: 0.0.3


  • helm - Refer to their docs to get started.


To use this chart add the repo as follows:

helm repo add pascaliske

If you had already added this repo earlier, run helm repo update to retrieve the latest versions of the packages.

To install this chart simply run the following command:

helm install digitalocean-dyndns pascaliske/digitalocean-dyndns

To uninstall this chart simply run the following command:

helm delete digitalocean-dyndns


The following values can be used to adjust the helm chart.

Key Type Default Description
cronJob.annotations object {} Additional annotations for the cronjob object.
cronJob.enabled bool true Create a cron job to update the DNS zone.
cronJob.failedJobsHistoryLimit int 1 The number of failed finished jobs to retain.
cronJob.labels object {} Additional labels for the cronjob object.
cronJob.nameservers list [] The nameservers used to resolve ip service domain. Leave empty to inherit from cluster/node.
cronJob.schedule string "30 * * * *" Update schedule for the cron job.
cronJob.successfulJobsHistoryLimit int 3 The number of successful finished jobs to retain.
cronJob.suspend bool false Enable/disable the cron job schedule quickly.
env[0] object {"name":"TZ","value":"UTC"} Timezone for the container.
env[1] object {"name":"IP_SERVICE","value":""} The IP service used to determine the current public IP.
fullnameOverride string ""
image.pullPolicy string "IfNotPresent" The pull policy for the deployment.
image.repository string "" The repository to pull the image from.
image.tag string "0.0.3" The docker tag, if left empty chart's appVersion will be used.
nameOverride string ""
resources object {} Compute resources used by the container. More info here.
secret.annotations object {} Additional annotations for the secret object.
secret.create bool true Create a new secret containing the token.
secret.existingSecret string "" Use an existing secret to store the token.
secret.labels object {} Additional labels for the secret object.
secret.token string "" Token used when not using an existing secret.


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