How do I expose my deployment online

Someone please help me, how do I expose the rasax to the public.

I already have a public IP attached to this node I am using.

NAME                                              TYPE           CLUSTER-IP      EXTERNAL-IP   PORT(S)                                 AGE
rasa-x-1649435069-app                             ClusterIP      10.96.185.28    <none>        5055/TCP,80/TCP                         51m
rasa-x-1649435069-db-migration-service-headless   ClusterIP      None            <none>        8000/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-duckling                        ClusterIP      10.96.88.138    <none>        8000/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-nginx                           LoadBalancer   10.96.45.44     <pending>     8000:30034/TCP                          51m
rasa-x-1649435069-postgresql                      ClusterIP      10.96.11.131    <none>        5432/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-postgresql-headless             ClusterIP      None            <none>        5432/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-rabbit                          ClusterIP      10.96.141.192   <none>        5672/TCP,4369/TCP,25672/TCP,15672/TCP   51m
rasa-x-1649435069-rabbit-headless                 ClusterIP      None            <none>        4369/TCP,5672/TCP,25672/TCP,15672/TCP   51m
rasa-x-1649435069-rasa-worker                     ClusterIP      10.96.255.74    <none>        5005/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-rasa-x                          ClusterIP      10.96.202.237   <none>        5002/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-redis-headless                  ClusterIP      None            <none>        6379/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435069-redis-master                    ClusterIP      10.96.4.135     <none>        6379/TCP                                51m
rasa-x-1649435886-app                             ClusterIP      10.96.0.40      <none>        5055/TCP,80/TCP                         37m
rasa-x-1649435886-db-migration-service-headless   ClusterIP      None            <none>        8000/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-duckling                        ClusterIP      10.96.162.206   <none>        8000/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-nginx                           LoadBalancer   10.96.137.83    <pending>     8000:30046/TCP                          37m
rasa-x-1649435886-postgresql                      ClusterIP      10.96.110.50    <none>        5432/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-postgresql-headless             ClusterIP      None            <none>        5432/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-rabbit                          ClusterIP      10.96.206.144   <none>        5672/TCP,4369/TCP,25672/TCP,15672/TCP   37m
rasa-x-1649435886-rabbit-headless                 ClusterIP      None            <none>        4369/TCP,5672/TCP,25672/TCP,15672/TCP   37m
rasa-x-1649435886-rasa-worker                     ClusterIP      10.96.98.113    <none>        5005/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-rasa-x                          ClusterIP      10.96.109.127   <none>        5002/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-redis-headless                  ClusterIP      None            <none>        6379/TCP                                37m
rasa-x-1649435886-redis-master                    ClusterIP      10.96.227.81    <none>        6379/TCP                                37m

What happens if you enter your public IP in a browser? It’s supposed to open if it really is public.

@ChrisRahme

This is what I get when I input the server ip.

what could I be missing:

404 Not Found

nginx/1.14.0 (Ubuntu)

Can you execute ping <your ip> (e.g. ping 123.12.33.21) from any other computer and get a response?

@ChrisRahme

Also I wanted to ask when I issue the command below, is it supposed to produce something?

kubectl --namespace rasax get service -l app.kubernetes.io/component=nginx -o jsonpath="{.status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].ip}"

Maybe this is the clue I need to get moving. This is the only thing Im left to figure out.

No idea to be honest :stuck_out_tongue:

@ChrisRahme

I have tried to ping the server but its not responding.

Is this the issue? There is another deployment I used: docker-compose, it works fine when I use the public IP.

Its only this one that I haven’t figured out.

I don’t know much about server deployment, sorry :confused: Maybe you can find answers on Stack Overflow?

  • Does the docker-compose installation work when you do it on the same machine or another one?
  • Is your server cloud-based or on-premises?
  • What is your IP’s subnet? (e.g. 123.12.x.x)

@ChrisRahme

Docker-compose works on a different server without issues.

  • My server is on-premises: seems to be straight forward on the video on google cloud server. I thought it would be the same for me.

Thanks let me check that Stack Overflow link.

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I’m pretty sure that since you can’t ping the server, it is not public, or maybe the firewall is blocking connections

I will check with my admin @ChrisRahme

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@nik202

Any ideas on this issue?

@atwine can you share the rasa installation method and the version?

@atwine at the time when you run the what is the IP of the rasa x? is that IP secure?

@atwine please share all the related issue screenshots.

@nik202

NAME: rasa-x-1649435069
LAST DEPLOYED: Fri Apr  8 16:24:33 2022
NAMESPACE: rasax
STATUS: deployed
REVISION: 1
TEST SUITE: None
NOTES:
Thanks for installing Rasa X 1.0.1 !
Creating a Rasa X user:

At installation, the IP of rasax is the pod IP which is in the previous screenshot: 10.96.109.127

The issue is how do I port forward that service from being the pod ip to the network ip? At least that is what i think is the issue but I stand to be corrected.

Hello @nik202

I solved my issue.

The ports I was exposing RasaX on were not enabled.

After enabling them now I am able to see rasax instance live.

hello, how did you enable the port ? i used kubernetes in order to install it but am not able to reach it through my public ip

Well, you need to have the port for the loadbalancer service (nginx) exposed through your network, if the port is closed by the firewall then you won’t be able to see the instance on public network

my port is not blocked and i have tried that i checked also the svc the rasa-worker is showing an error too can you share your values.yml please ?

# Default values for rasa-x.
# This is a YAML-formatted file.
# Declare variables to be passed into your templates.

# rasax specific settings
rasax:
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # name of the Rasa X image to use
  name: "rasa/rasa-x"  # gcr.io/rasa-platform/rasa-x-ee
  # tag refers to the Rasa X image tag (uses `appVersion` by default)
  tag: "1.0.1"
  # port on which Rasa X runs
  port: 5002
  # scheme by which Rasa X is accessible
  scheme: http
  # passwordSalt Rasa X uses to salt the user passwords
  passwordSalt: "chat"
  # token Rasa X accepts as authentication token from other Rasa services
  token: "chat"
  # jwtSecret which is used to sign the jwtTokens of the users
  jwtSecret: "chat_"
  # databaseName Rasa X uses to store data
  # (uses the value of global.postgresql.postgresqlDatabase by default)
  databaseName: ""
  # disableTelemetry permanently disables telemetry
  disableTelemetry: false
  # Jaeger Sidecar
  jaegerSidecar: "false"
  # initialUser is the user which is created upon the initial start of Rasa X
  initialUser:
    # username specifies a name of this user
    username: "admin"
    # password for this user (leave it empty to skip the user creation)
    password: "admin"
  ## Enable persistence using Persistent Volume Claims
  ## ref: http://kubernetes.io/docs/user-guide/persistent-volumes/
  ##
  persistence:
    # access Modes of the pvc
    accessModes:
    - ReadWriteOnce
    # size of the Rasa X volume claim
    size: 10Gi
    # annotations for the Rasa X pvc
    annotations: {}
    # finalizers for the pvc
    finalizers:
    - kubernetes.io/pvc-protection
    # existingClaim which should be used instead of a new one
    existingClaim: ""
  # livenessProbe checks whether rasa x needs to be restarted
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `livenessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # readinessProbe checks whether rasa x can receive traffic
  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `readinessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # resources which Rasa X is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}
  # extraEnvs are environment variables which can be added to the Rasa X deployment
  extraEnvs: []
  # - name: SOME_CUSTOM_ENV_VAR
  #   value: "custom value"

  # additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # service specifies settings for exposing rasa x to other services
  service:
    # annotations for the service
    annotations: {}
    # type sets type of the service
    type: "ClusterIP"

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

  # hostNetwork controls whether the pod may use the node network namespace
  hostNetwork: false

  # dnsPolicy specifies Pod's DNS policy
  # ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/dns-pod-service/#pod-s-dns-policy
  dnsPolicy: ""

  # hostAliases defines additional entries to the hosts file.
  # ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/network/customize-hosts-file-for-pods/#adding-additional-entries-with-hostaliases
  hostAliases: []

  # overrideHost overrides values of the RASA_X_HOST variable defined for the deployment
  overrideHost: ""

# rasa: Settings common for all Rasa containers
# deprecated: the Rasa OSS deployment is deprecated and will be removed in the feature
# from this chart.
# It's recommended to use the rasa helm chart instead.
# see: https://github.com/RasaHQ/helm-charts/tree/main/charts/rasa#quick-start
rasa:
  # --- --- --- --- ---
  # ##  Autoscaling parameters for the Rasa Open Source Deployment
  # ## See: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/run-application/horizontal-pod-autoscale/
  autoscaling:
  # -- Enable autoscaling
  enabled: true

  # -- Lower limit for the number of pods that can be set by the autoscaler
  minReplicas: 1

  # -- Upper limit for the number of pods that can be set by the autoscaler.
  # It cannot be smaller than minReplicas.
  maxReplicas: 30

  # # -- Fraction of the requested CPU that should be utilized/used,
  # # e.g. 70 means that 70% of the requested CPU should be in use.
  # targetCPUUtilizationPercentage: 65
  # # targetMemoryUtilizationPercentage: 65
  # --- --- --- --- ---
  # version is the Rasa Open Source version which should be used.
  # Used to ensure backward compatibility with older Rasa Open Source versions.
  version: "2.8.15"  # Please update the default value in the Readme when updating this
  # disableTelemetry permanently disables telemetry
  disableTelemetry: false
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # add extra arguments to the command in the container
  extraArgs: []
  # name of the Rasa image to use
  name: "rasa/rasa"
  # tag refers to the Rasa image tag. If empty `.Values.rasa.version-full` is used.
  tag: ""
  # port on which Rasa runs
  port: 5005
  # scheme by which Rasa services are accessible
  scheme: http
  # token Rasa accepts as authentication token from other Rasa services
  token: "[email protected]@34hiB7T"
  # rabbitQueue it should use to dispatch events to Rasa X
  rabbitQueue: "rasa_production_events"
  # Optional additional rabbit queues for e.g. connecting to an analytics stack
  additionalRabbitQueues: []
  # additionalChannelCredentials which should be used by Rasa to connect to various
  # input channels
  additionalChannelCredentials:
    # rest:
    # facebook
    #   verify: "rasa-bot"
    #   secret: "3e34709d01ea89032asdebfe5a74518"
    #   page-access-token: "EAAbHPa7H9rEBAAuFk4Q3gPKbDedQnx4djJJ1JmQ7CAqO4iJKrQcNT0wtD"
  # input channels
  additionalEndpoints: {}
    # telemetry:
    #   type: jaeger
    #   service_name: rasa
  trackerStore:
    # optional dictionary to be added as a query string to the connection URL
    query: {}
    #  driver: my-driver
    #  sslmode: require
  # Jaeger Sidecar
  jaegerSidecar: "false"
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `livenessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # useLoginDatabase will use the Rasa X database to log in and create the database
  # for the tracker store. If `false` the tracker store database must have been created
  # previously.
  useLoginDatabase: true
  # lockStoreDatabase is the database in redis which Rasa uses to store the conversation locks
  lockStoreDatabase: "1"
  # cacheDatabase is the database in redis which Rasa X uses to store cached values
  cacheDatabase: "2"
  # extraEnvs are environment variables which can be added to the Rasa deployment
  extraEnvs: []
    # example which sets env variables in each Rasa Open Source service from a separate k8s secret
    # - name: "TWILIO_ACCOUNT_SID"
    #   valueFrom:
    #     secretKeyRef:
    #       name: twilio-auth
    #       key: twilio_account_sid
    # - name: TWILIO_AUTH_TOKEN
    #   valueFrom:
    #     secretKeyRef:
    #       name: twilio-auth
    #       key: twilio_auth_token

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

  # versions of the Rasa container which are running
  versions:
    # rasaProduction is the container which serves the production environment
    rasaProduction:

      # enable the rasa-production deployment
      # You can disable the rasa-production deployment in order to use external Rasa OSS deployment instead.
      enabled: true

      # Define if external Rasa OSS should be used.
      external:
        # enable external Rasa OSS
        enabled: false

        # url of external Rasa OSS deployment
        url: "http://rasa-bot"

      # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
      # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
      nodeSelector: {}
        # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"
      # replicaCount of the Rasa Production container
      replicaCount: 1
      # serviceName with which the Rasa production deployment is exposed to other containers
      serviceName: "rasa-production"
      # service specifies settings for exposing rasa production to other services
      service:
        # annotations for the service
        annotations: {}
        # labels for the service
        type: LoadBalancer
      # modelTag of the model Rasa should pull from the the model server
      modelTag: "production"
      # trackerDatabase it should use to to store conversation trackers
      trackerDatabase: "tracker"
      # rasaEnvironment it used to indicate the origin of events published to RabbitMQ (App ID message property)
      rasaEnvironment: "production"
      # resources which rasaProduction is required / allowed to use
      resources: {}
      # additional volumeMounts to the main container
      extraVolumeMounts: []
      # - name: tmpdir
      #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

      # additional volumes to the pod
      extraVolumes: []
      # - name: tmpdir
      #   emptyDir: {}
    # rasaWorker is the container which does computational heavy tasks such as training
    rasaWorker:
      # enable the rasa-worker deployment
      # You can disable the rasa-worker deployment in order to use external Rasa OSS deployment instead.
      enabled: true

      # Define if external Rasa OSS should be used.
      external:
        # enable external Rasa OSS
        enabled: false

        # url of external Rasa OSS deployment
        url: "http://rasa-worker"

      # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
      # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
      nodeSelector: {}
        # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"
      # replicaCount of the Rasa worker container
      replicaCount: 1
      # serviceName with which the Rasa worker deployment is exposed to other containers
      serviceName: "rasa-worker"
      # service specifies settings for exposing rasa worker to other services
      service:
        # annotations for the service
        annotations: {}
      # modelTag of the model Rasa should pull from the the model server
      modelTag: "production"
      # trackerDatabase it should use to to store conversation trackers
      trackerDatabase: "worker_tracker"
      # rasaEnvironment it used to indicate the origin of events published to RabbitMQ (App ID message property)
      rasaEnvironment: "worker"
      # resources which rasaWorker is required / allowed to use
      resources: {}
      # additional volumeMounts to the main container
      extraVolumeMounts: []
      # - name: tmpdir
      #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

      # additional volumes to the pod
      extraVolumes: []
      # - name: tmpdir
      #   emptyDir: {}


# dbMigrationService specifies settings for the database migration service
# The database migration service requires Rasa X >= 0.33.0
dbMigrationService:
  # initContainer describes settings related to the init-db container used as a init container for deployments
  initContainer:
    # command overrides the default command to run in the init container
    command: []
    # resources which initContainer is required / allowed to use
    resources: {}
  # command overrides the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # args overrides the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # name is the Docker image name which is used by the migration service (uses `rasax.name` by default)
  name: ""  # gcr.io/rasa-platform/rasa-x-ee
  # tag refers to the Rasa X image tag (uses `appVersion` by default)
  tag: ""
  # ignoreVersionCheck defines if check required minimum Rasa X version that is required to run the service
  ignoreVersionCheck: false
  # port on which which to run the readiness endpoint
  port: 8000

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # resources which the event service is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}
  # extraEnvs are environment variables which can be added to the dbMigrationService deployment
  extraEnvs: []
  # - name: SOME_CUSTOM_ENV_VAR
  #   value: "custom value"

  # extraVolumeMounts defines additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # extraVolumes defines additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # service specifies settings for exposing the db migration service to other services
  service:
    # annotations for the service
    annotations: {}

  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `livenessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # readinessProbe checks whether rasa x can receive traffic
  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `readinessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

# event-service specific settings
eventService:
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # event service just uses the Rasa X image
  name: "rasa/rasa-x"  # gcr.io/rasa-platform/rasa-x-ee
  # tag refers to the Rasa X image tag (uses `appVersion` by default)
  tag: ""
  # port on which which to run the readiness endpoint
  port: 5673
  # replicaCount of the event-service container
  replicaCount: 1
  # databaseName the event service uses to store data
  databaseName: "rasa"

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # resources which the event service is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}
  # extraEnvs are environment variables which can be added to the eventService deployment
  extraEnvs: []
  # - name: SOME_CUSTOM_ENV_VAR
  #   value: "custom value"

  # additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # livenessProbe checks whether the event service needs to be restarted
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # readinessProbe checks whether the event service can receive traffic
  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

# app (custom action server) specific settings
app:
  # default is to install action server from image.
  install: true
  # if install is set to false, the url to the existing action server can be configured by setting existingUrl.
  # #existingUrl: http://myactionserver:5055/webhook
  #
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # name of the custom action server image to use
  name: "atwine/rasa-action-server"
  # tag refers to the custom action server image tag
  tag: "sixth_commit"
  # replicaCount of the custom action server container
  replicaCount: 1
  # port on which the custom action server runs
  port: 5055
  # scheme by which custom action server is accessible
  scheme: http
  # resources which app is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}
  # Jaeger Sidecar
  jaegerSidecar: "false"
  # extraEnvs are environment variables which can be added to the app deployment
  extraEnvs: []
  #  - name: DATABASE_URL
  #    valueFrom:
  #      secretKeyRef:
  #        name: app-secret
  #        key: database_url

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # endpoints specifies the webhook and health check url paths of the action server app
  endpoints:
    # actionEndpointUrl is the URL which Rasa Open Source calls to execute custom actions
    actionEndpointUrl: /webhook
    # healthCheckURL is the URL which is used to check the pod health status
    healthCheckUrl: /health

  # additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: true

  # service specifies settings for exposing app to other services
  service:
    # annotations for the service
    annotations: {}

  # livenessProbe checks whether app needs to be restarted
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `livenessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # readinessProbe checks whether app can receive traffic
  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `readinessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

# nginx specific settings
nginx:
  # enabled should be `true` if you want to use nginx
  # if you set false, you will need to set up some other method of routing (VirtualService/Ingress controller)
  enabled: true
  # subPath defines the subpath used by Rasa X (ROOT_URL), e.g /rasa-x
  subPath: ""
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # name of the nginx image to use
  name: "nginx"
  # tag refers to the nginx image tag (uses `appVersion` by default)
  tag: "1.19"
  # custom config map containing nginx.conf, ssl.conf.template, rasax.nginx.template
  customConfConfigMap: ""
  # replicaCount of nginx containers to run
  replicaCount: 1
  # certificateSecret which nginx uses to mount the certificate files
  certificateSecret: ""
  # service which is to expose nginx
  service:
    # annotations for the service
    annotations: {}
    # type of the service (https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/service/#publishing-services-service-types)
    type: LoadBalancer
    # loadBalancerSourceRange for AWS deployments (https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/service/#aws-nlb-support)
    loadBalancerSourceRanges: []
    # port is the port which the nginx service exposes for HTTP connections
    port: 8000
    # nodePort can be used with a service of type `NodePort` to expose the service on a certain port of the node (https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/service/#nodeport)
    nodePort: 30020
    # externalIPs can be used to expose the service to certain IPs (https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/service/#external-ips)
    externalIPs: []
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # command for the `livenessProbe`
    command: []
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
  # readinessProbe checks whether rasa x can receive traffic
  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # command for the `readinessProbe`
    command: []
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30

  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # resources which nginx is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}

  # additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

# Duckling specific settings
duckling:
  # override the default command to run in the container
  command: []
  # override the default arguments to run in the container
  args: []
  # Enable or disable duckling
  enabled: false
  # name of the Duckling image to use
  name: "rasa/duckling"
  # tag refers to the duckling image tag
  tag: "0.1.6.3"
  # replicaCount of duckling containers to run
  replicaCount: 1
  # port on which duckling should run
  port: 8000
  # scheme by which duckling is accessible
  scheme: http
  extraEnvs: []
  # tolerations can be used to control the pod to node assignment
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
  tolerations: []
    # - key: "nvidia.com/gpu"
    #   operator: "Exists"

  # nodeSelector to specify which node the pods should run on
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/
  nodeSelector: {}
    # "beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type": "g3.8xlarge"

  # resources which duckling is required / allowed to use
  resources: {}

  readinessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `readinessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `readinessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  livenessProbe:
    enabled: true
    # initialProbeDelay for the `livenessProbe`
    initialProbeDelay: 30
    # scheme to be used by the `livenessProbe`
    scheme: "HTTP"
  # additional volumeMounts to the main container
  extraVolumeMounts: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   mountPath: /var/lib/mypath

  # additional volumes to the pod
  extraVolumes: []
  # - name: tmpdir
  #   emptyDir: {}

  # automountServiceAccountToken specifies whether the Kubernetes service account
  # credentials should be automatically mounted into the pods. See more about it in
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/configure-pod-container/configure-service-account/#use-the-default-service-account-to-access-the-api-server
  automountServiceAccountToken: false

  # service specifies settings for exposing duckling to other services
  service:
    # annotations for the service
    annotations: {}

  # podLabels adds additional pod labels
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  podLabels: {}

# rasaSecret object which supplies passwords, tokens, etc. See
# https://rasa.com/docs/rasa-x/openshift-kubernetes/#providing-access-credentials-using-an-external-secret
# to see which values are required in the secret in case you want to provide your own.
# If no secret is provided, a secret will be generated.
rasaSecret: ""

# debugMode enables / disables the debug mode for Rasa and Rasa X
debugMode: false

# separateEventService value determines whether the eventService will be run as a separate service.
# If set to 'false', Rasa X will run an event service as a subprocess (not recommended
# high-load setups).
separateEventService: "true"

# separateDBMigrationService value determines whether the dbMigrationService will be run as a separate service.
# If set to 'false', Rasa X will run a database migration service as a subprocess.
separateDBMigrationService: true

# postgresql specific settings (https://artifacthub.io/packages/helm/bitnami/postgresql/10.15.1)
postgresql:
  # Install should be `true` if the postgres subchart should be used
  install: true
  #postgresqlPostgresPassword is the password when .Values.global.postgresql.postgresqlUsername	does not equal "postgres"
  postgresqlPostgresPassword: ""
  # existingHost is the host which is used when an external postgresql instance is provided (`install: false`)
  existingHost: ""
  # existingSecretKey is the key to get the password when an external postgresql instance is provided (`install: false`)
  existingSecretKey: ""

  image:
    # tag of PostgreSQL Image
    tag: "12.9.0"

  # Configure security context for the postgresql init container
  volumePermissions:
      # Init container Security Context
    securityContext:
      runAsUser: auto

  ## Configure security context for the postgresql pod
  securityContext:
    enabled: false
  #   fsGroup: 1001
  containerSecurityContext:
    enabled: false
    runAsUser: 1001

# RabbitMQ specific settings (https://artifacthub.io/packages/helm/bitnami/rabbitmq/8.26.0)
rabbitmq:
  # Install should be `true` if the rabbitmq subchart should be used
  install: true
  # Enabled should be `true` if any version of rabbit is used
  enabled: true

  auth:
    # username which is used for the authentication
    username: "user"
    # password which is used for the authentication
    password: "chat_bot-34hiB7T"
    # existingPasswordSecret which should be used for the password instead of putting it in the values file
    existingPasswordSecret: ""
  # service specifies settings for exposing rabbit to other services
  service:
    # port on which rabbitmq is exposed to Rasa
    port: 5672
   # existingHost is the host which is used when an external rabbitmq instance is provided (`install: false`)
  existingHost: ""
  # existingPasswordSecretKey is the key to get the password when an external rabbitmq instance is provided (`install: false`)
  existingPasswordSecretKey: ""
  # # security context for the rabbitmq container (please see the documentation of the subchart)
  podSecurityContext:
    enabled: false
    fsGroup: 1001
    runAsUser: 1001

# redis specific settings (https://artifacthub.io/packages/helm/bitnami/redis/15.7.2)
redis:
  # Install should be `true` if the redis subchart should be used
  install: true
  # if your redis is hosted external switch ('external: true')
  # also switch above to ('install: false')
  # please fill out the auth section below if you use an external hosted redis
  external: false
  # architecture defines an architecture type used for Redis deployment. Allowed values: standalone or replication (Rasa does currently not support redis sentinels)
  # set up a single Redis instance, as `redis-py` does not support clusters (https://github.com/andymccurdy/redis-py#cluster-mode)
  architecture: "standalone"
  master:
    service:
      # port defines Redis master service port
      port: 6379

    # security context for the redis pod (please see the documentation of the subchart)
    podSecurityContext:
     enabled: false
     fsGroup: 1001

    # security context for the redis container(please see the documentation of the subchart)
    containerSecurityContext:
     enabled: false
     fsGroup: 1001

  # In case you use an external hosted redis, fill these values
  # auth:
  #  # existingSecret which should be used for the password instead of putting it in the values file
  #  existingSecret: "rasax-redis"
  #  # existingSecretPasswordKey is the key to get the password when an external redis instance is provided
  #  existingSecretPasswordKey: "redis-password"
  # existingHost: "redis.extern.host"

  # existingHost is the host which is used when an external redis instance is provided (`install: false`)

  # create the namespace beforehand running the deployment and create the secret via the following commands
  # echo "<REDISPASSWORD>" > ./redis-password
  # kubectl -n rasa create secret generic rasax-redis --from-file=./redis-password

  auth:
    # existingSecret which should be used for the password instead of putting it in the values file
    existingSecret: ""
    # existingSecretPasswordKey is the key to get the password when an external redis instance is provided
    existingSecretPasswordKey: ""
  # existingHost is the host which is used when an external redis instance is provided (`install: false`)
  existingHost: ""

# ingress settings
ingress:
  # enabled should be `true` if you want to use this ingress.
  # Note that if `nginx.enabled` is `true` the `nginx` image is used as reverse proxy.
  # In order to use nginx ingress you have to set `nginx.enabled=false`.
  enabled: false
  # enable and set ingressClassName field in the ingress object.
  ingressClassName: ""
  # annotations for the ingress - annotations are applied for the rasa and rasax ingresses
  annotations: {}
    # kubernetes.io/ingress.class: nginx
    # kubernetes.io/tls-acme: "true"
  # annotationsRasa is extra annotations for the rasa nginx ingress
  annotationsRasa: {}
  # annotationsRasaX is extra annotations for the rasa x nginx ingress
  annotationsRasaX:
    nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/proxy-body-size: "0"
    nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/proxy-read-timeout: "3600"
    nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/proxy-send-timeout: "3600"
  # hosts for this ingress
  hosts:
    - host: rasa-x.example.com
      paths:
      - /
  # tls: Secrets for the certificates
  tls: []
  #  - secretName: rasa-x-tls
  #    hosts:
  #      - rasa-x.example.com

networkPolicy:
  # Enable creation of NetworkPolicy resources. When set to true, explicit ingress & egress
  # network policies will be generated for the required inter-pod connections
  enabled: false

  # Allow for traffic from a given CIDR - it's required in order to make kubelet able to run live and readiness probes
  nodeCIDR: []
  #  - ipBlock:
  #      cidr: 0.0.0.0/0

  egress:
    # Allow for adding the specific k8s api IP/CIDR for the egress-from-rabbitmq-to-k8s-api NetworkPolicy
    apiCIDR: []
    #- ipBlock:
    #    cidr: 10.0.0.0/8

    # Allow for adding the specific IP/CIDR for the egress-from-rasa-x-to-https NetworkPolicy
    rasaxToHttpsCIDR: []
    #- ipBlock:
    #    cidr: 11.0.0.0/8

# images: Settings for the images
images:
  # pullPolicy to use when deploying images
  pullPolicy: "Always"
  # imagePullSecrets which are required to pull images for private registries
  imagePullSecrets: []

# securityContext to use
securityContext:
  # runAsUser: 1000
  fsGroup: 1000

# nameOverride replaces the Chart's name
nameOverride: ""

# fullNameOverride replace the Chart's fullname
fullnameOverride: ""

# global settings of the used subcharts
global:
  # specifies the number of seconds you want to wait for your Deployment to progress before
  # the system reports back that the Deployment has failed progressing - surfaced as a condition
  # with Type=Progressing, Status=False. and Reason=ProgressDeadlineExceeded in the status of the resource
  # source: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/workloads/controllers/deployment/#progress-deadline-seconds
  progressDeadlineSeconds: 600
  # storageClass the volume claims should use
  storageClass: "local-path"
  # postgresql: global settings of the postgresql subchart
  postgresql:
    # postgresqlUsername which should be used by Rasa to connect to Postgres
    postgresqlUsername: "postgres"
    # postgresqlPassword is the password which is used when the postgresqlUsername equals "postgres"
    postgresqlPassword: "[email protected][email protected]"
    # existingSecret which should be used for the password instead of putting it in the values file
    existingSecret: ""
    # postgresDatabase which should be used by Rasa X
    postgresqlDatabase: "rasa"
    # servicePort which is used to expose postgres to the other components
    servicePort: 5432
    # host: postgresql.hostedsomewhere.else
  # redis: global settings of the postgresql subchart
  redis:
    # password to use in case there no external secret was provided
    password: "[email protected]_bo"

  # additionalDeploymentLabels can be used to map organizational structures onto system objects
  # https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/working-with-objects/labels/
  additionalDeploymentLabels: {}

Thanks , I will try it and come back to you Sorry but fess questions I saw your rassa oss have a link did you deploy it in a namespace too ? What version of rasa oss are you using with the rasa x ? I was using 3.1.2 with rasa x version 1.1.2 I think