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mnitchev and gdankov Add script to easily bump eirini submodule
Signed-off-by: Georgi Dankov <>
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This is a helm release for eirini.

  • This is an experimental release and is still considered work in progress.

Deploy Eirini

If you want to deploy a full containerized CF (SCF) with Eirini you should follow the SCF + Eirini documentation

If you want to deploy only Eirini on a Kube cluster, you can follow the instruction below:


Beside a Kubernetes cluster you should have:


  1. Copy the Kubernetes config file to helm/eirini/configs/ directory as kube.yaml (name is important)

    $ kubectl config view --flatten > `helm/eirini/configs/kube.yaml
  2. Create helm/eirini/configs/opi.yaml using the following template:

      kube_config: "/workspace/jobs/opi/config/kube.conf"
      kube_namespace: "<target-kubernetes-namespace>"
      kube_endpoint: "<target-kubernetes-api-endpoint>"
      nats_password: "<cf-nats-password>"
      nats_ip: "<cf-nats-ip>"
      api_endpoint: "<cf-api-endpoint>"
      cf_username: "<cf-username>"
      cf_password: "<cf-password>"
      external_eirini_address: "<eirini-registry-host>:<port>"
      cc_uploader_ip: "<cc-uploader-ip>"
      cc_certs_secret_name: "<certs-secret-name>"
      eirini_address: "<eirini-opi-host>:<port>"
      skip_ssl_validation: <true | false>
      insecure_skip_verify: <true | false>
    • kube_namespace: Namespace where CF apps are going to be deployed by OPI
    • nats_password and nats_ip: Nats information can be found in cf-deployment manifest and deployment-vars.yml
    • external_eirini_address: Host:Port for Eirini registry, usually on port 8080
    • eirini_address: Host:Port for Eirini opi, usually on port 8085
  3. Copy certificate files in helm/eirini/certs/:

    • cc_cert: Certificate of the cc-uploader
    • cc_ca: Certificate authority for the cc-uploader
    • cc_priv: TLS private key for the cc-uploader

    NOTE: If you are using cf-deployment you can get the certificates from the generated vars.yml. You can get the values using the following commands:

    $ bosh int <path-to-vars-yaml> --path /cc_bridge_cc_uploader/certificate >cc_cert
    $ bosh int <path-to-vars-yaml> --path /cc_bridge_cc_uploader/ca >cc_ca
    $ bosh int <path-to-vars-yaml> --path /cc_bridge_cc_uploader/private_key >cc_priv
  4. Install the chart using the following helm command:

    $ helm install --set-string"eirini-opi.<kube-ingress-endpoint>","eirini-registry.<kube-ingress-endpoint>" ./helm/eirini

That's it :)

Enable logging

To enable logging with log-cache you need to deploy oratos on your kubernetes cluster. To do this follow the instructions on the eirini branch on this repo. To get the logs of your app use the log-cache cli with the following format

$ log-cache tail <app_guid>

You can also use cf directly by installing the log-cache plugin and using

$ cf tail <app_name>

You can get the <app_guid> by running cf app <app_name> --guid

Note: before calling any of log-cache or cf tail you must export the LOG_CACHE_ADDR environment variable as specified here.

Example calls:

$ log-cache tail 05f501f4-569f-429d-a3f5-bedc15b923b5
$ cf tail dora

Run Smoke Tests

  1. Clone CF-Smoke-Tests
  2. Setup the smoke tests by following the test-setup provided in the cf-smoke-tests readme.
  3. Navigate to the smoke-tests directory and run the smoke tests as follows:
$ bin/test -r -skip="/logging/loggregator_test.go" --regexScansFilePath=true

This will disable the logging tests, as logging is currently not supported by eirini.


  1. Fork this project into your GitHub organisation or username
  2. Make sure you are up-to-date with the upstream master and then create your feature branch (git checkout -b amazing-new-feature)
  3. Add and commit the changes (git commit -am 'Add some amazing new feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin amazing-new-feature)
  5. Create a PR against this repository