Retrieve a package from a package repository, and download it locally.
This is useful for fetching packages to inspect, modify, or repackage. It can also be used to perform cryptographic verification of a chart without installing the chart.
There are options for unpacking the chart after download. This will create a directory for the chart and uncompress into that directory.
If the –verify flag is specified, the requested chart MUST have a provenance file, and MUST pass the verification process. Failure in any part of this will result in an error, and the chart will not be saved locally.
werf helm repo fetch [chart URL | repo/chartname] [...] [options]
--ca-file='': verify certificates of HTTPS-enabled servers using this CA bundle --cert-file='': identify HTTPS client using this SSL certificate file -d, --destination='.': location to write the chart. If this and tardir are specified, tardir is appended to this --devel=false: use development versions, too. Equivalent to version '>0.0.0-0'. If --version is set, this is ignored. --helm-home='~/.helm': location of your Helm config. Defaults to $WERF_HELM_HOME, $HELM_HOME or ~/.helm -h, --help=false: help for fetch --key-file='': identify HTTPS client using this SSL key file --keyring='$HOME/.gnupg/pubring.gpg': keyring containing public keys --password='': chart repository password --prov=false: fetch the provenance file, but don't perform verification --repo='': chart repository url where to locate the requested chart --untar=false: if set to true, will untar the chart after downloading it --untardir='.': if untar is specified, this flag specifies the name of the directory into which the chart is expanded --username='': chart repository username --verify=false: verify the package against its signature --version='': specific version of a chart. Without this, the latest version is fetched