ProxySQL module


Keywords
linux-puppet-module, puppet
License
Apache-2.0
Install
puppet module install puppet-proxysql --version 5.0.2

Documentation

Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Setup - The basics of getting started with proxysql
  3. Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality
  4. Reference - An under-the-hood peek at what the module is doing and how
  5. Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.
  6. Development - Guide for contributing to the module

Overview

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The proxysql module installs, configures and manages the ProxySQL service.

This module will install the ProxySQL and manage it's configuration. It also extends Puppet to be able to manage mysql_users, mysql_servers, mysql_replication_hostgroups, mysql_galera_hostgroups, mysql_query_rules, proxysql_servers, scheduler and global_variables.

Setup

Setup Requirements

The module requires Puppet 5.5.8 and above. It also depends on:

For up to date details on external dependencies, please see the metadata.json or for released versions, the puppet forge page.

puppet/selinux is an optional soft dependency and not even listed in the metadata.json. No Operating Systems require this module to be present, but if it is, it will be used to install SELinux rules that allow logrotate to work. See manage_selinux

Beginning with proxysql

To install the ProxySQL software with all the default options:

include proxysql

By default, packages come from the official upstream package repositories which the module will configure. On new installations, (by default), the 2.0.x repository will be configured. If ProxySQL is already installed, then the repository matching the currently installed version will be used.

To force the use of 1.4.x packages, use the version parameter. (Note, the example below does not force the installation of 1.4.16, it only ensures the correct repository is configured and that ProxySQL will be configured as if the version installed is 1.4.16)

class { 'proxysql':
  version => '1.4.16',
}

To use your Operating System's own packages set manage_repo => false.

class { 'proxysql':
  manage_repo => false,
}

or you can configure your own repository by eg. declaring your own yumrepo, pulp_rpmbind or rhn_channel resource and setting manage_repo => false.

For example, using pulp and katello/pulp

pulp_rpmbind { 'my_proxysql_repo':}

class { 'proxysql':
  manage_repo => false,
  require     => Pulp_rpmbind['my_proxysql_repo'],
}

Alternatively, you can specify a package_source and associated options. This mimics the old, (pre version 4), behaviour of this module.

class { 'proxysql':
  package_source         => 'https://github.com/sysown/proxysql/releases/download/v1.4.11/proxysql_1.4.11-debian9_amd64.deb',
  package_checksum_value => '65a3c2b98eefa42946ee59eef18ba18534c2a39d',
  package_checksum_type  => 'sha1',
}

You can customize options such as (but not limited to) listen_port, admin_password, monitor_password, ...

  class { 'proxysql':
    listen_port              => 3306,
    admin_password           => Sensitive('654321'),
    monitor_password         => Sensitive('123456'),
    override_config_settings => $override_settings,
  }

You can configure users\hostgroups\rules\schedulers using class parameters

  class { 'proxysql':
     mysql_servers    => [
       {
         'db1' => {
           'port' => 3306,
           'hostgroup_id' => 1,
         }
       },
       {
         'db2' => {
           'hostgroup_id' => 2,
         }
       },
     ],
     mysql_users      => [
       {
         'app' => {
           'password' => '*92C74DFBDA5D60ABD41EFD7EB0DAE389F4646ABB',
           'default_hostgroup' => 1,
         }
       },
       {
         'ro'  => {
           'password' => mysql_password('MyReadOnlyUserPassword'),
           'default_hostgroup' => 2,
         }
       },
     ],
     mysql_hostgroups => [
       {
         '1-2' => {
           'writer' => 1,
           'reader' => 2,
         }
       },
     ],
     mysql_group_replication_hostgroups => [
       {
         'hostgroup 2' => {
           'reader'  => 10,
           'writer'  => 5,
           'backup'  => 2,
           'offline' => 11,
         }
       },
     ],
     mysql_galera_hostgroups => [
       {
         'galera hostgroup 1' => {
           'writer'  => 1,
           'backup'  => 2,
           'reader'  => 3,
           'offline' => 4,
         }
       },
     ],
     mysql_rules      => [
       {
         'mysql_query_rule-1' => {
           'rule_id'         => 1,
           'match_pattern'   => 'testtable',
           'replace_pattern' => 'test.newtable',
           'apply'           => 1,
           'active'          => 1,
         }
       },
     ],
     schedulers       => [
       {
         'scheduler-1' => {
           'scheduler_id'  => 1,
           'active'        => 0,
           'filename'      => '/usr/bin/whoami',
         }
       },
     ],

Or by using individual resources:

  class { 'proxysql':
    listen_port    => 3306,
    admin_password => Sensitive('SuperSecretPassword'),
  }

  proxy_mysql_server { '192.168.33.31:3306-31':
    hostname     => '192.168.33.31',
    port         => 3306,
    hostgroup_id => 31,
  }
  proxy_mysql_server { '192.168.33.32:3306-31':
    hostname     => '192.168.33.32',
    port         => 3306,
    hostgroup_id => 31,
  }
  proxy_mysql_server { '192.168.33.33:3306-31':
    hostname     => '192.168.33.33',
    port         => 3306,
    hostgroup_id => 31,
  }
  proxy_mysql_server { '192.168.33.34:3306-31':
    hostname     => '192.168.33.34',
    port         => 3306,
    hostgroup_id => 31,
  }
  proxy_mysql_server { '192.168.33.35:3306-31':
    hostname     => '192.168.33.35',
    port         => 3306,
    hostgroup_id => 31,
  }

  proxy_mysql_replication_hostgroup { '30-31':
    writer_hostgroup => 30,
    reader_hostgroup => 31,
    comment          => 'Replication Group 1',
  }
  proxy_mysql_replication_hostgroup { '20-21':
    writer_hostgroup => 20,
    reader_hostgroup => 21,
    comment          => 'Replication Group 2',
  }

  proxy_mysql_group_replication_hostgroup { '5-2-10-11':
    reader_hostgroup        => 10,
    writer_hostgroup        => 5,
    backup_writer_hostgroup => 2,
    offline_hostgroup       => 11,
  }

  proxy_mysql_galera_hostgroup { '1-2-3-4':
    writer_hostgroup        => 1,
    backup_writer_hostgroup => 2,
    reader_hostgroup        => 3,
    offline_hostgroup       => 4,
  }

  proxy_mysql_user { 'tester':
    password          => 'testerpwd',
    default_hostgroup => 30,
  }

  proxy_mysql_query_rule { 'mysql_query_rule-1':
    rule_id               => 1,
    match_pattern         => '^SELECT',
    apply                 => 1,
    active                => 1,
    destination_hostgroup => 31,
  }

  proxy_scheduler { 'scheduler-1':
    scheduler_id => 1,
    active       => 0,
    filename     => '/usr/bin/whoami',
  }

  proxy_scheduler { 'scheduler-2':
    scheduler_id => 2,
    active       => 0,
    interval_ms  => 1000,
    filename     => '/usr/bin/id',
  }

Usage

Configuration is done by the proxysql class.

Customize config settings

You can override any configuration setting by using the override_config_settings hash. This hash resembles the structure of the proxysql.cnf file

{
    admin_variables => {
      refresh_interval => 2000,
      ...
    },
    mysql_variables => {
      monitor_writer_is_also_reader => false,
      ...
    },
    mysql_servers => {
      '127.0.0.1:33061-1' => {
         'address'      => '127.0.0.1',
         'port'         => 33061,
         'hostgroup_id' => 1,
       },
      '127.0.0.1:33062-1' => {
         'address'      => '127.0.0.1',
         'port'         => 33062,
         'hostgroup_id' => 1,
       },
      ...
    },
    mysql_users => { ... },
    mysql_query_rules => { ... },
    scheduler => { ... },
    mysql_replication_hostgroups => { ... },
    mysql_galera_hostgroups => { ... },

}

Reference

Public classes

  • proxysql: Installs and configures ProxySQL

Private classes

  • proxysql::admin_credentials: Manages the admin credentials and admin interfaces
  • proxysql::config: Manages the configuration files and global_variables
  • proxysql::configure: Manages the resources specified in the public class
  • proxysql::install: Installs the package(s)
  • proxysql::param: Manages the default parameters
  • proxysql::prerequisites: Manages the user / group to own the proxysql files
  • proxysql::reload_config: Reloads admin and mysql variables if you enable the manage_config_file option
  • proxysql::repo: Manages the repo's where ProxySQL might be in.
  • proxysql::service: Manages the service

parameters

proxysql

package_name

The name of the ProxySQL package in your package manager. Defaults to 'proxysql'

package_ensure

The ensure of the ProxySQL package resource. Defaults to 'latest'

service_name

The name of the ProxySQL service resource. Defaults to 'proxysql'

service_ensure

The ensure of the ProxySQL service resource. Defaults to 'running'

datadir

The directory where ProxySQL will store it's data. defaults to '/var/lib/proxysql'

manage_selinux

Whether to create the required selinux rules for logrotate to work. Defaults to true, but is only applicable to systems where SELinux is active (enforcing or permissive). This parameter also requires the puppet/selinux module to be installed.

listen_ip

The ip where the ProxySQL service will listen on. Defaults to '0.0.0.0' aka all configured IP's on the machine

listen_port

The port where the ProxySQL service will listen on. Defaults to '6033'

listen_socket

The socket where the ProxySQL service will listen on. Defaults to '/tmp/proxysql.sock'

admin_username

The username to connect to the ProxySQL admin interface. Defaults to 'admin'

admin_password

The password to connect to the ProxySQL admin interface. Defaults to 'admin'

admin_listen_ip

The ip where the ProxySQL admin interface will listen on. Defaults to '127.0.0.1'

admin_listen_port

The port where the ProxySQL admin interface will listen on. Defaults to '6032'

admin_listen_socket

The socket where the ProxySQL admin interface will listen on. Defaults to '/tmp/proxysql_admin.sock'

monitor_username

The username ProxySQL will use to connect to the configured mysql_servers. Defaults to 'monitor'

monitor_password

The password ProxySQL will use to connect to the configured mysql_servers. Defaults to 'monitor'

config_file

The file where the ProxySQL configuration is saved. This will only be configured if manage_config_file is set to true. Defaults to '/etc/proxysql.cnf'

manage_config_file

Determines whether this module will configure the ProxySQL configuration file. Defaults to 'true'

mycnf_file_name

Path of the my.cnf file where the connections details for the admin interface is save. This is required for the providers to work. This will only be configured if manage_mycnf_file is set to true. Defaults to '/root/.my.cnf'

manage_mycnf_file

Determines whether this module will configure the my.cnf file to connect to the admin interface. Defaults to 'true'

restart

Determines whether this module will restart ProxySQL after reconfiguring the config file. Defaults to 'false'

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the managed ProxySQL resources should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the managed ProxySQL resources should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

manage_repo

Determines whether this module will manage the repositories where ProxySQL might be. Defaults to 'true'

version

The version of proxysql being managed. This parameter affects the repository configured when manage_repo == true and how the service is managed. It does not affect the package version being installed. It is used as a hint to the puppet module on how to configure proxysql. To control the exact version deployed, use package_name or package_source. Defaults to the version currently installed, or 2.0.7 if the proxysql_version fact is not yet available.

package_source

location of a proxysql package. When specified, this package will be installed with the package\_provider and the manage_repo setting will be ignored. Since version 4 of this module, this defaults to undef and needs to be specified when you don't want to use a package from a repository.

package_provider

provider for package_source. Defaults to dpkg for debian-based, and rpm for redhat systems.

sys_owner

owner of the datadir and config_file, defaults to root or proxysql depending on version.

sys_group

owner of the datadir and config_file, defaults to the value of sys_owner.

override_config_settings

Which configuration variables should be overriden. Hash, defaults to {} (empty hash).

cluster_name

If set, proxysql_servers with the same cluster_name will be automatically added to the same cluster and will synchronize their configuration parameters. Defaults to undef

cluster_username

The username ProxySQL will use to connect to the configured mysql_clusters Defaults to 'cluster'

cluster_password

The password ProxySQL will use to connect to the configured mysql_clusters. Defaults to 'cluster'

mysql_client_package_name

The name of the mysql client package in your package manager. Defaults to undef

manage_hostgroup_for_servers

Determines whether this module will manage hostgroup_id for mysql_servers. If false - it will skip difference in this value between manifest and defined in ProxySQL. Defaults to 'true'

mysql_servers

Array of mysql_servers, that will be created in ProxySQL. Defaults to undef

mysql_users

Array of mysql_users, that will be created in ProxySQL. Defaults to undef

##### mysql_hostgroups Array of mysql_hostgroups, that will be created in ProxySQL. Defaults to undef

mysql_rules

Array of mysql_rules, that will be created in ProxySQL. Defaults to undef

schedulers

Array of schedulers, that will be created in ProxySQL. Defaults to undef

split_config

If set, ProxySQL config file will be split in 2: main config file with admin and mysql variables and proxy config file with servers\users\hostgroups\scheduler\rules params. Defaults to false

proxy_config_file

The file where servers\users\hostgroups\scheduler\rules params of ProxySQL configuration are saved. This will only be configured if split_config is set to true. Defaults to 'proxysql_proxy.cnf'

#####manage_proxy_config_file Determines whether this module will update the ProxySQL proxy configuration file. Defaults to 'true'

Types

proxy_global_variable

proxy_global_variable manages a variable in the ProxySQL global_variables admin table.

name

The name of the variable.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

value

The value of the variable.

proxy_cluster

proxy_cluster manages an entry in the ProxySQL proxysql_clusters admin table.

name

The name of the resource.

hostname

Hostname of the server. Required.

port

Port of the server. Required. Defaults to 3306.

proxy_mysql_replication_hostgroup

proxy_mysql_replication_hostgroup manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_replication_hostgroups admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

Name to describe the hostgroup config. Must be in a 'writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup' format.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

writer_hostgroup

Id of the writer hostgroup. Required.

reader_hostgroup

Id of the reader hostgroup. Required.

comment

Optional comment.

mysql_group_replication_hostgroup

mysql_group_replication_hostgroup manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_group_replication_hostgroups admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

Name to describe the hostgroup config. Must be in a 'writer_hostgroup-backup_writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup-offline_hostgroup' format.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

writer_hostgroup

Id of the writer hostgroup. Required.

backup_writer_hostgroup

Id of the backup writer hostgroup. Required.

reader_hostgroup

Id of the reader hostgroup. Required.

offline_hostgroup

Id of the offline hostgroup. Required.

active

Specifies whether the resource is active or not. Integer, defaults to 1.

max_writers

Specifies how many active writers the resource has. Integer, defaults to 1.

writer_is_also_reader

Specifies if the writer is also a reader. Integer, defaults to 0.

max_transactions_behind

Specifies how many transactions a resource can be behind the "master" until shunned. Integer, defaults to 0.

comment

Optional comment.

proxy_mysql_galera_hostgroup

proxy_mysql_galera_hostgroup manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_galera_hostgroups admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

writer_hostgroup

Id of the writer hostgroup. Required if the title of the resource doesn't match the 'writer_hostgroup-backup_writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup-offline_hostgroup' format.

backup_writer_hostgroup

Id of the backup writer hostgroup. Required if the title of the resource doesn't match the 'writer_hostgroup-backup_writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup-offline_hostgroup' format.

reader_hostgroup

Id of the reader hostgroup. Required if the title of the resource doesn't match the 'writer_hostgroup-backup_writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup-offline_hostgroup' format.

offline_hostgroup

Id of the offline hostgroup. Required if the title of the resource doesn't match the 'writer_hostgroup-backup_writer_hostgroup-reader_hostgroup-offline_hostgroup' format.

active

Specifies whether the resource is active or not. Integer. On creation defaults to proxysql default setting (1).

max_writers

Specifies how many active writers the resource has. Integer. On creation defaults to proxysql default setting (1).

writer_is_also_reader

Specifies if the writer is also a reader. Integer. On creation defaults to proxysql default setting (0).

max_transactions_behind

Specifies how many transactions a resource can be behind the "master" until shunned. Integer. On creation defaults to proxysql default setting (0).

comment

Optional comment.

proxy_mysql_server

proxy_mysql_server manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_servers admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

Name to describe the hostgroup config. Must be in a 'hostname:port-hostgroup_id' format.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

hostgroup_id

Id of the hostgroup this server wil be configured to be part of. Integer value, required.

hostname

Hostname of the server. Required.

port

Port of the server. Required. Defaults to 3306.

status

Status of the server. Should be one of the following values: 'ONLINE', 'OFFLINE_SOFT', 'OFFLINE_HARD', 'SHUNNED'. Defaults to 'ONLINE'.

weight

Weight value of the server. The higher the value, the higher the probability this server will be chosen from the hostgroup. Integer, defaults to 1.

compression

Compression value of the serer. If the value is greater than 0, new connections to that server will use compression. Integer, defaults to 0.

max_connections

The maximum number of connections ProxySQL will open to this backend server. Even though this server will have the highest weight, no new connections will be opened to it once this limit is hit. Please ensure that the backend is configured with a correct value of max_connections to avoid that ProxySQL will try to go beyond that limit. Integer, defaults to 1000.

max_replication_lag

If greater and 0, ProxySQL will reguarly monitor replication lag and if it goes beyond such threshold it will temporary shun the host until replication catch ups. Integer, defaults to 0.

use_ssl

If set to 1, connections to the backend will use SSL. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 0.

max_latency_ms

Ping time is regularly monitored. If a host has a ping time greater than max_latency_ms it is excluded from the connection pool (although the server stays ONLINE. Integer, defaults to 0.

comment

Optional comment.

proxy_mysql_user

proxy_mysql_user manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_users admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

Username for the user. Required.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

encrypt_password

Specifies whether the user password should be encrypted (requires ProxySQL setting admin-hash_password = true). Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

password

Password for the user. Required. Note: you should make sure that the global variable admin-hashed_passwords is set to true and then encrypt this password using the mysql_password() function.

active

Flag to determine if this user is active or not. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 1.

use_ssl

Flag to determine if this user uses SSL or not. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 0.

default_hostgroup

Default hostgroup for the user. Integer, defaults to 0.

default_schema

Default schema for the user. String, defaults to ''.

schema_locked

Is the user locked in the default_schema or not. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 0.

transaction_persistent

Disable routing across hostgroups once a transaction has started for a specific user. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 0.

fast_forward

Flag to determine fast forward or not. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 0.

backend

Is this a backend user. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 1.

frontend

Is this a frontend user. Values 0 or 1. Defaults to 1.

proxy_mysql_query_rule

proxy_mysql_query_rule manages an entry in the ProxySQL mysql_query_rules admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

The name of the query rule entry, Must be in a 'mysql_query_rule-rule_id' format.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

rule_id

Id of the scheduler entry. Integer value, required.

active

Is the rule active or not. Boolean value 0 or 1, defaults to 0.

username

Username to apply this rule to. String, defaults to NULL.

schemaname

Schema to apply this rule to. String, defaults to NULL.

flag_in

Used to chain rules. This is the id of the previous rule to apply. Integer, defaults to 0.

flag_out

Used to chain rules. This is the id of the next rule to apply, Integer, defaults to NULL

apply

Used to chain rules.

client_addr

Match traffic from a certain address. String, defaults to NULL.

proxy_addr

Match incoming traffic on a specific local address. String, defaults to NULL.

proxy_port

Match incoming traffic on a specific local port. Integer, defaults to NULL.

digest

match queries with a specific digest, as returned by stats_mysql_query_digest.digest. String, defaults to NULL.

match_digest

regular expression that matches the query digest. String, defaults to NULL.

match_pattern

regular expression that matches the query text. String, defaults to NULL.

replace_pattern

this is the pattern with which to replace the matched pattern. String, defaults to NULL.

negate_match_pattern

if this is set to 1, only queries not matching the query text will be considered as a match. This acts as a NOT operator in front of the regular expression matching against match_pattern or match_digest. Boolean value 0 or 1, defaults to 0.

destination_hostgroup

The hostgroup to send this query to. Integer, defaults to NULL.

cache_ttl

The amount of miliseconds to cache the result of this query. Integer, defaults to NULL.

reconnect

feature currently not in use.

timeout

The maximum amount of miliseconds in which the matched or rewritten query should be executed. Integer, defaults to NULL.

retries

The maximum number of times a query needs to be re-executed in case of detected failure during the execution of the query. Integer, defaults to NULL.

delay

The number of milliseconds to delay the execution of the query. Integer, defaults to NULL.

error_msg

The query will be blocked, and the specified error_msg will be returned to the client. String, defaults to NULL.

log

The query will be logged. Boolean value 0 or 1, defaults to NULL.

mirror_hostgroup

see https://github.com/sysown/proxysql/blob/master/doc/mirroring.md. Integer, defaults to NULL.

mirror_flag_out

see https://github.com/sysown/proxysql/blob/master/doc/mirroring.md. Integer, defaults to NULL.

comment

Optional free form text field, usable for a descriptive comment of the query rule.

proxy_scheduler

proxy_scheduler manages an entry in the ProxySQL scheduler admin table.

ensure

Whether the resource is present. Valid values are 'present', 'absent'. Defaults to 'present'.

name

The name of the scheduler entry, Must be in a 'scheduler-scheduler_id' format.

load_to_runtime

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately loaded to the active runtime. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

save_to_disk

Specifies whether the resource should be immediately save to disk. Boolean, defaults to 'true'.

scheduler_id

Id of the scheduler entry. Integer value, required.

filename

The filename of the scheduler script to run. Required.

interval_ms

Interval in which to run this scheduler. In miliseconds, Integer, defaults to 10000 (10sec).

arg1

The 1st argument for the scheduler script to run. Optional, defaults to NULL.

arg2

The 2nd argument for the scheduler script to run. Optional, defaults to NULL.

arg3

The 3rd argument for the scheduler script to run. Optional, defaults to NULL.

arg4

The 4th argument for the scheduler script to run. Optional, defaults to NULL.

arg5

The 5th argument for the scheduler script to run. Optional, defaults to NULL.

comment

Optional comment.

proxysql\_runtime fact

This module ships a fact that you may find useful in your profiles. It is not used by the module itself. The proxysql_runtime fact queries ProxySQL and returns a hash containing the contents of several of the runtime tables.

The fact will only return data if the mysql2 library is installed in your puppet agent's gem environment.

For systems using official puppet packages, (All In One packages), the following code can be used to install this gem and make the fact available.

$dev_packages = ['mariadb-devel','make','gcc']
ensure_packages($dev_packages)

package { 'mysql2 gem':
  ensure   => present,
  name     => 'mysql',
  provider => 'puppet_gem',
  require  => Package[$dev_packages],
}

Limitations

The module requires Puppet 5.5 or above. The proxysql_runtime fact only works when using the default value for mycnf_file_name.

Development

This module is originally developed by Matthias Crauwels for use at Ghent University, Belgium. This module is published under the Apache 2.0 license. It is now maintained by Vox Pupuli

We are open to feature requests, bug reports, contributions, etc...

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Original author: Matthias Crauwels