Use the Catalog page of the Tanzu Mission Control console to edit a package that you previously installed.

The Installed tab on the Catalog page in the Tanzu Mission Control console, shows the packages that have been installed on your clusters. From here, you can locate and edit a previously installed package.


This procedure assumes that you have already installed a package on a Kubernetes cluster that is managed (either attached or provisioned) by Tanzu Mission Control.

Before you start this procedure, log in to the Tanzu Mission Control console and make sure you have the appropriate permissions.
  • To edit an installed package on a cluster, you must be associated with the .admin role on that cluster.


  1. In the left navigation pane of the Tanzu Mission Control console, click Catalog.
  2. On the Catalog page, click the Tanzu packages tab.
  3. Click Installed, and then locate the package you want to edit.
    You can sort and filter the table to help find your package.
  4. In the table, click the Installed package name of the package you want to edit.
    The package detail page shows some metadata and configured values for the package.
  5. You can optionally reconfigure values for the keys that the package has defined as configurable.
    1. To edit a configurable value in the table view, click the edit icon for the configurable key.
    2. Enter the new value in the box.
    3. Click Save.
  6. You can optionally click Reset to package defaults to restore the default values defined by the package.
  7. To change the version of the package, click Actions, and then choose Change Desired Version.
    Then in the confirmation dialog, choose the version and click Save.
  8. You can optionally click Carvel Settings to see the resources namespace for Carvel and other configuration settings.
    The configuration setting for Carvel cannot be edited after the package is installed.
  9. After you have finished making modifications, click Apply Changes.