This cookbook provides a reference example of database configuration for the OpenStack deployment provided by Chef for OpenStack. It currently supports MariaDB.
The following cookbooks are dependencies:
The usage of this cookbook is optional, you may choose to set up your own databases without using this cookbook. If you choose to do so, you will need to do the following:
The following attributes are defined in
attributes/database.rb of the common cookbook, but are documented here due to their relevance:
openstack['endpoints']['db']['host']- The IP address to bind the database service to
openstack['endpoints']['db']['port']- The port to bind the database service to
openstack['endpoints']['db']['bind_interface']- The interface name to bind the database service to
openstack['db']['root_user_key']- The key used to retrieve the root user password; the key is both the name of the data-bag item and name of the key containing the password value within the data-bag item. This is defined in Common.
If the value of the
bind_interface attribute is non-nil, then the database service will be bound to the first IP address on that interface. If the value of the
bind_interface attribute is nil, then the database service will be bound to the IP address specified in the host attribute.
See the attributes
mysql.rb file for the mysql specific attributes that are available.
For more information see: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/server-system-variables.html
Please refer to the TESTING.md for instructions for testing the cookbook.
Berks will resolve version requirements and dependencies on first run and store these in
Berksfile.lock. If new cookbooks become available you can run
berks update to update the references in
Berksfile.lock will be included in stable branches to provide a known good set of dependencies.
Berksfile.lock will not be included in development branches to encourage development against the latest cookbooks.
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