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DB master restore v4 by RightScale

Restore Database from Backups.

Description

  • Restores the latest backup from S3
  • Configures the DB to be a master
  • Makes the master DB DNS entry point to itself

Reboot

  • Skipped on REBOOT

WARNING: This script is not compatible with RightScale DB tools earlier than 0.18.0!

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Aug 13, 2009

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DB privileges re-set v1 by RightScale

Sets up (or re-sets) passwords and privileges for monitoring and manipulating the DB remotely (within EC2). Usually executed after loading a DB. WARNING: it will enable all privileges for this user/password

Aug 13, 2009

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DB promote to master v2 by RightScale

Launch on a slave instance to convert it to the new master. The slave instance must already be connected to the current master...otherwise we'll just assume that the current master is dead and will change this (slave) DB to accept writes and log binary changes (i.e., become a master). The master DNS

Aug 13, 2009

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DB register master by RightScale

Updates the DNS record (@DNSmadeeasy) for the Master DB with the IP address of this host.

Aug 13, 2009

RightScale

RB rails attachment code install & db config v1 by RightScale

It checks out the rails sources from an svn repository, a la capistrano. It will redo the directory links, it will configure the database.yml and will finally switch the "current" dir to point to the new release dir. Username can be left unset for anonymous checkout. Can be used as an operational sc

Aug 11, 2009

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DB EBS slave init from non-EBS master v1 by RightScale

Converts a running EBS DB instance to be slave of an existing (and currently running) Master DB that uses the non-EBS MySQL templates.

The purpose of this script is to facilitate the live migration from a non-EBS based MySQL templates, to EBS based ones. By booting an EBS template (with INITAT

Aug 11, 2009

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WEB apache http-only vhost v5 (Ubuntu) (ELB) (Alpha) by RightScale

It sets up a simple http vhost (i.e., no ssl), using the default document root "/home/lamp/...", and logging to the typical system-wide dirs "/var/log/httpd"

Aug 11, 2009