This page describes the configuration options of Shipmight itself.
When Shipmight is installed, a default account is created with the credentials
admin. These can be configured via
helm install <release> shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.initialAdminUser=admin \ --set shipmight.config.initialAdminPass=secret123
Shipmight API authenticates incoming requests via a JWT token. A random secret for signing and verifying JWT tokens is generated by the chart when Shipmight stack is installed. Alternatively, you can set a predefined secret via
helm upgrade shipmight shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.jwtSecret=...
Shipmight can update itself whenever there's a new version of the shipmight-stack chart available.
The update is triggered via the Update-button under Manage. See Update from the UI for more details.
Self-update checks for new versions from a remote chart repository. You can customize the repository URL via
helm upgrade shipmight shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.selfUpdateRepository="https://shipmight.github.io/helm-charts"
You can disable the self-update functionality by setting
config.selfUpdateRepository to null:
helm upgrade shipmight shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.selfUpdateRepository=null
true (default), resource name/identifier is slugified (up to 15 characters) and prepended in the random ID of a resource. For example, creating a domain
example.com might result in an UUID like
false, slugs are omitted and IDs are just random strings, e.g.
helm upgrade shipmight shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.readableUuids=true
Amount of random characters when generating random UUIDs. Excludes the slug length, if
readableUuids is enabled.
helm upgrade shipmight shipmight/shipmight-stack \ --set shipmight.config.uuidLength=5