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Customize the Helm Chart

You can customize the Redpanda Helm chart to configure the cluster and the Kubernetes components that the chart deploys.

Delete PersistentVolumes in Kubernetes

Deleting a PersistentVolume (PV) can be necessary for a variety of reasons, such as removing a broker and its data from the cluster or performing maintenance or upgrades on the PersistentVolume.

Diagnostics Bundles in Kubernetes

A diagnostics bundle is a ZIP file with data that can help debug and diagnose issues with a Redpanda cluster, a broker, or the machines on which the brokers are running. You can use this file to debug issues yourself, or you can send it to the Redpanda support team to help resolve your issue.

Kubernetes Cluster Requirements

This topic is a checklist with the prerequisites and system requirements for installing production Redpanda in a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm chart.

Redpanda in Kubernetes

Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool that helps you to manage Redpanda cluster deployments using declarative configuration files called manifests.

Tune Kubernetes Worker Nodes for Production

To get the best performance from your hardware, set Redpanda to production mode on each worker node and run the autotuner tool. The autotuner identifies the hardware configuration on your worker node and optimizes the Linux kernel to give you the best performance.

Upgrade Kubernetes on Worker Nodes Running Redpanda

Upgrading the Kubernetes version in a cluster ensures that your infrastructure is up to date and secure. This process involves updating the Kubernetes control plane and worker nodes to a new version while also making sure that the Redpanda cluster continues to function with minimal downtime.