What is difference between global and @section in Helm chart

i want to use airbyte on kubernetes.

I don`t know what is difference between two things.

i just want to use external postgresql rds. thanks.

[ #1 . global ]

global – Global params that are overwritten with umbrella chart


serviceAccountName – Service Account name override

serviceAccountName: &service-account-name “airbyte-admin”

deploymentMode – Deployment mode, whether or not render the default env vars and volumes in deployment spec

deploymentMode: “oss”

database [object] – Object used to overrite database configuration(to use external DB)

database.secretName – secret name where DB creds are stored

database.secretValue – secret value for database password

database.host – Database host override

database.port – Database port override

secretName: “”
secretValue: “”
host: “”
port: “5432”
## state.storage.type Determines which state storage will be utilized. One of “MINIO”, “S3” or “GCS”
type: “MINIO”

[ #2 . Below ]

@section Airbyte Database parameters

PostgreSQL chart configuration

ref: charts/values.yaml at main · bitnami/charts · GitHub

postgresql.enabled Switch to enable or disable the PostgreSQL helm chart

postgresql.postgresqlUsername Airbyte Postgresql username

postgresql.postgresqlPassword Airbyte Postgresql password

postgresql.postgresqlDatabase Airbyte Postgresql database

postgresql.existingSecret Name of an existing secret containing the PostgreSQL password (‘postgresql-password’ key)

postgresql.containerSecurityContext.runAsNonRoot Ensures the container will run with a non-root user

postgresql.commonAnnotations.helm.sh/hook It will determine when the hook should be rendered

postgresql.commonAnnotations.helm.sh/hook-weight The order in which the hooks are executed. If weight is lower, it has higher priority

enabled: false # 내장 PostgreSQL 비활성화
postgresqlUsername: airbyte
postgresqlPassword: airbyte
postgresqlDatabase: db-airbyte

fullnameOverride: *db-hostname

This secret is used in case of postgresql.enabled=true and we would like to specify password for newly created postgresql instance

existingSecret: “”
runAsNonRoot: true
helm.sh/hook: pre-install,pre-upgrade
helm.sh/hook-weight: “-1”

External PostgreSQL configuration

All of these values are only used when postgresql.enabled is set to false

externalDatabase.host Database host

externalDatabase.user non-root Username for Airbyte Database

externalDatabase.password Database password

externalDatabase.existingSecret Name of an existing secret resource containing the DB password

externalDatabase.existingSecretPasswordKey Name of an existing secret key containing the DB password

externalDatabase.database Database name

externalDatabase.port Database port number

host: localhost
user: airbyte
password: “”

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Hey there, the formatting on this post is very difficult to read - can you link the values.yaml file you are trying to configure? You should be able to configure the same settings as in this tutorial, even though the instructions are for docker the config options are the same: https://docs.airbyte.com/operator-guides/configuring-airbyte-db