Run install command

  1. Use a Helm chart to install MSR:

    helm install msr msrofficial/msr \
    --version <helm-chart-version> \
    --set-file license=path/to/file/license.lic \
    -f my_msr_values.yaml


    If the installation fails and MSR Pods continue to run in your cluster, it is likely that MSR failed to complete the initialization process, and thus you must reinstall MSR. To delete the Pods and completely uninstall MSR:

    1. Delete any running msr-initialize Pods:

      kubectl delete job msr-initialize
    2. Delete any remaining Pods:

      helm uninstall msr
  2. Verify the success of your MSR installation.

    1. Verify that all msr-* Pods are in the running state. For more detail, refer to check-the-pods-offline-helm

    2. Log into the MSR web UI.

    3. Log into MSR from the command line:

      docker login <private-ip>
    4. Push an image to MSR using docker push.


    The default credentials for MSR are:

    • User name: admin

    • password: password

    Be aware that the Helm chart values also include the default MSR credentials information. As such, Mirantis strongly recommends that you change the credentials immediately following installation.

  3. Optional. Disable outgoing connections in the MSR web UI Admin Settings. MSR offers outgoing connections for the following tasks:

    • Analytics reporting

    • New version notifications

    • Online license verification

    • Vulnerability scanning database updates

See also

Helm official documentation: Helm Install