Persistencedeployment kubernetes persistence
By default all deployments that store state (sqlserver, elasticsearch, rabbitmq, redis, openrefine) are defined with some storage in order to persist the state. You can adjust the size of the storage by setting the following property (for each deployment):
neo4j: #name of the deployment persistence: storageSize: 1G
Alternatively, you can also supply your own persistence volume claims that you may have created manually outside the chart. To do so, for each deployment, you can set the
claimName property, e.g.:
neo4j: #name of the deployment persistence: claimName: my-claim-name-I-have-already-created
Note that using persistence in this manner a volume can only be linked to a single pod; so you won’t be able to scale the number of pods. In addition, the strategy for updating the pods is set to
Recreate for exactly the same reason (as setting it to
Rollout would require to have two pods accessing the volume simultaneously).
If you need to scale the number of pods, further customization would be required to use persistence in a different way.
Persistence can also be turned off, for each deployment, through the setting:
neo4j: #name of the deployment persistence: enabled: false
If you are running on Azure, you can enable persistence to be configured so that it will store data on dedicated azure disks. This allows you to use some of the management and backup features of this product.
To configure addd the following section to the persistence section in your values file..
azureDisk: data: diskName: diskURI: diskKind: