Image Overview: qdrant
qdrant Qdrant is a high-performance, massive-scale Vector Database for the next generation of AI.
The image is available on
docker pull cgr.dev/chainguard/qdrant:latest
This image should be a drop-in replacement for the upstream image, and works by default in the helm charts.
To install, follow the steps here: https://qdrant.tech/documentation/guides/installation
But override the image variable in the helm chart:
$ helm repo add qdrant https://qdrant.to/helm $ helm upgrade --install qdrant --set image.repository=cgr.dev/chainguard/qdrant --set image.tag=latest qdrant/qdrant
The only notable difference is that this image contains both a root and a non-root user, so you can’t/don’t need to use the
useUnprivileged helm variable
Because the helm chart uses the same image for intializing file system permissions and running the final app, we have to run as a root user by default.
The image can still be run as a non-root user (in this case
qdrant), and the helm chart properly sets that up by default.
Last updated: 2022-11-01 11:07