Bug 230302

Summary: databases/mariadb103-server port over galera_new_cluster and galera_recovery scripts
Product: Ports & Packages Reporter: Vincent Milum Jr <freebsd>
Component: Individual Port(s)Assignee: Bernard Spil <brnrd>
Status: In Progress ---    
Severity: Affects Many People CC: dpetrov67, gnoma_86
Priority: --- Flags: bugzilla: maintainer-feedback? (brnrd)
Version: Latest   
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galera_new_cluster and galera_recovery scripts from Debian none

Description Vincent Milum Jr 2018-08-02 19:43:33 UTC
Created attachment 195772 [details]
galera_new_cluster and galera_recovery scripts from Debian

The official Debian (and possible other OS) packages for MariaDB 10.x include a pair of scripts to help with managing Galera clusters. These would be handy for the FreeBSD port, since there appears to be no other officially documented way to bootstrap a Galera cluster with the FreeBSD binaries. 

Alternatively, some OSes have the "service mysql bootstrap" command, but there is no "service mysql-server bootstrap" command on the FreeBSD port.

The official docs for MariaDB also list "mysqld --wsrep-new-cluster" as the direct method to start a new cluster, however FreeBSD only has the mysqld_safe binary, and not mysqld (it works the same way, but will be confusing to new users)

More details at: https://mariadb.com/kb/en/library/getting-started-with-mariadb-galera-cluster/
Comment 1 gnoma 2019-09-29 10:25:28 UTC


For the bootstrap functionality I got part of the rc.d script of mysql and it works fine: 


       # Bootstrap the cluster, start the first node that initiate the cluster
       check_startmsgs && echo "Bootstrapping cluster"
       command_args="$command_args --wsrep-new-cluster"
       run_rc_command ${_rc_prefix}start

Put this one into your /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mysql-server 

Then you can do bootstrap on your cluster with the rc.d script. 

This however has to be ported into the package.
Comment 2 Bernard Spil freebsd_committer 2020-07-24 18:43:57 UTC
Hi Vincent,

These look like useful additions, but they're ridden with Linux-isms. Can you fix these to actually work with FreeBSD? `systemctl` sounds like systemd and luckily we have none of that. /usr/sbin/mysqld is not where we will ever install the port, ...

Cheers, Bernard.