On first boot, the script initializes a MySQL DB server to become a Slave-DB of a running Master-DB when it's launched.
This RightScript performs the following actions:
- Makes a local Slave copy of the current Master-DB.
- Starts this server as a MySQL Slave to a Master-DB.
- Sets up the correct configuration file for a reboot to continue the slave role.
Boot-time version of slave initialization. Can be enabled/disabled by setting:
- INIT_SLAVE_AT_BOOT = true/false
NOTE: Setting the value to $ignore is equivalent to true.
When set to True, it performs the same actions as its counterpart in the operational script's list:
- Converts a running DB instance to be a slave of an existing Master-DB.
- Snapshot and pull the necessary files of the running master.
- Set the slave DNS entry to point to the instance's private IP.
No action is taken. MySQL just restarts and resumes its past role.
- If the Slave was started, it continues.
- If the Slave was not started, it stays the same.
This script is part of RightScale's Database Manager.
Revision 7 | Oct 03, 2012
Revision 4 | Mar 18, 2011
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