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  6. 15 Feb, 2017 1 commit
    • Jason Plum's avatar
      Clarify that LEGO_EMAIL must be routable. · 6cd42661
      Jason Plum authored
      If the email provided for LEGO_EMAIL is not a valid, routable email address, Let's Encrypt ACME me calls will fail, and without error from the `kube-lego` container.
      
      Mesages like the following show that LE is rejecting your requests silently.
      
      ```
      2017-02-15T17:20:57.441814450Z time="2017-02-15T17:20:57Z" level=info msg="creating new secret" context=secret name=gitlab-tls namespace=gitlab
      2017-02-15T17:20:57.444901346Z time="2017-02-15T17:20:57Z" level=error msg="Error while process certificate requests: Secret \"gitlab-tls\" is invalid: [data[tls.crt]: Required value, data[tls.key]: Required value]" context=kubelego
      ```
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  7. 27 Jan, 2017 1 commit
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    • Jason Plum's avatar
      Add README note for upgrades · 7cd39afd
      Jason Plum authored
      For now, it has proven simple to update the deployment by simply pulling `master`, re-run `generate.bash` and apply with `kubectl apply -f gitlab-{domain}.yml`
      
      Add this to the bottom of the README.md
      
      This may be affected in the future with generating random secrets during `generate.bash` runs as noted by @bbhoss.
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