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Version information

  • 2.0.0 (latest)
released Mar 30th 2014

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Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'DanieleSalatti-mysql', '2.0.0'
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puppet module install DanieleSalatti-mysql --version 2.0.0

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DanieleSalatti/mysql — version 2.0.0 Mar 30th 2014

This module manages MySQL. It gives you the choice MySQL server you want to use: Oracle, MariaDB or Percona

Only tested on (and probably only works on) Ubuntu

Parameters, first one is the default:

  • type : oracle|mariadb|percona
  • multi: false|true

Requires: puppetlabs/apt

Sample Usages:

1) Install mariadb MySQL server:

class { 'mysql': type => 'mariadb'; }

2) Install Oracle MySQL that come with the Debian repositories. Setup multiple MySQL instance with MySQLd_multi.

class { 'mysql': multi => true; }

mysql::multi::instance{ 'mysqld1': groupnr => 1, bind_address => '', port => 3307; 'mysqld2': groupnr => 2, bind_address => '', port => 3308; 'mysqld3': groupnr => 3, bind_address => '', port => 3309, ensure => 'stopped'; }

3) Change a setting in your MySQL configuration.

mysql::config::param { 'bind-address': section => 'mysqld', value => ''; }

mysql::config::param { 'bind-address1': section => 'mysqld1', param => 'bind-address', value => ''; }