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MySQL Cookbook [PORTABLE]



This cookbook is concerned with the "MySQL Community Server", particularly those shipped with F/OSS Unix and Linux distributions. It does not address forks or value-added repackaged MySQL distributions like MariaDB or Percona.




MySQL Cookbook



There are no hard coupled dependencies. However, there is a loose dependency on yum-mysql-community for RHEL/CentOS platforms. As of the 8.0 version of this cookbook, configuration of the package repos is now the responsibility of the user.


Logging into the machine and typing mysql with no extra arguments will fail. You need to explicitly connect over the socket with mysql -S /var/run/mysql-foo/mysqld.sock, or over the network with mysql -h 127.0.0.1


Use multiple mysql_service instances to test a replication setup. This particular example serves as a smoke test in Test Kitchen because it exercises different resources and requires service restarts.


MySQL forks are purposefully out of scope for this cookbook. This is mostly to reduce the testing matrix to a manageable size. Cookbooks for these technologies can easily be created by copying and adapting this cookbook. However, there will be differences.


Package repository locations, package version names, software major version numbers, supported platform matrices, and the availability of software such as XtraDB and Galera are the main reasons that creating multiple cookbooks to make sense.


This version no longer installs Ruby bindings in the client recipe by default. Use the ruby recipe if you'd like the RubyGem. If you'd like packages from your distribution, use them in your application's specific cookbook/recipe, or modify the client packages attribute. This resolves the following tickets:


11.0.9 passed this metric Contributing File Metric 11.0.9 failed this metric Failure: To pass this metric, your cookbook metadata must include a source url, the source url must be in the form of , and your repo must contain a CONTRIBUTING.md file Cookstyle Metric 11.0.9 passed this metric No Binaries Metric 11.0.9 passed this metric Testing File Metric 11.0.9 failed this metric Failure: To pass this metric, your cookbook metadata must include a source url, the source url must be in the form of , and your repo must contain a TESTING.md file Version Tag Metric 11.0.9 failed this metric Failure: To pass this metric, your cookbook metadata must include a source url, the source url must be in the form of , and your repo must include a tag that matches this cookbook version number sous-chefs Sous Chefs Details View Source View Issues Updated March 13, 2023 Created on October 28, 2009 Supported Platforms License Apache-2.0


For MySQL, the price of popularity comes with a flood of questions from users on how to solve specific data-related issues. That's where this cookbook comes in. When you need quick solutions or techniques, this handy resource provides scores of short, focused pieces of code, hundreds of worked-out examples, and clear, concise explanations for programmers who don't have the time (or expertise) to resolve MySQL problems from scratch.


In your case, the mysql is a base cookbook and only have libraries and resources to be used in Wrapper cookbook. Therefore, you can call resources like mysql_config but include_recipe will fail because there is no recipe in that cookbook.


After the installation is completed, you can start/stop MySQL using the following commands, which vary from different platforms and installation methods. mysqld is the mysql server process. All the startup methods invoke the mysqld script.


If you install MySQL using an RPM or Debian package server, startup and shutdown is managed by systemd. On platforms for which the systemd support for MySQL is installed, mysqld_safe, mysqld_multi, and mysqld_multi.server are not installed. MySQL server startup and shutdown is managed by systemd using the systemctl command. You need to configure systemd as follows.


mysql_upgrade examines all tables in all databases for incompatibilities with the current version of MySQL. It makes any remaining changes required in the mysql system database between MySQL 5.7 and MySQL 8.0, so that you can take advantage of new privileges or capabilities. mysql_upgrade also brings the performance schema, INFORMATION_SCHEMA, and sys schema objects up to date for MySQL 8.0.


Modify recipes/database.rb so that the cookbook transfers the SQL scriptto the guest node and so that the SQL script executes. As you learned inPart 1, recipes should be idempotent,so you will need to add a not_if statement which ensures that the commandis only executed when necessary.


This is same problem for me .I need to install mysql2_chef_gem but iam getting errorIf i try to install mysql2_chef_gem i get error Package: No candidate version available for mysql-community-client, mysql-community-devel.Its quite difficult situation for me and iam still not able to find any solution.Did you find any solution pls let me know.Thanks.


In the previous chapter, we discussed the important components related to a cookbook. In this chapter we use some cookbooks available from the community. We download and deploy these cookbooks on a node. We have picked up important cookbooks from the community and will try to explain exactly how to use them. 041b061a72


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