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#!/bin/bash
: ${MARIADB_LOG_DIR:=/var/log/kolla/mariadb}
function bootstrap_db {
mysqld_safe --wsrep-new-cluster --skip-networking --wsrep-on=OFF --pid-file=/var/lib/mysql/mariadb.pid &
# Wait for the mariadb server to be "Ready" before starting the security reset with a max timeout
# NOTE(huikang): the location of mysql's socket file varies depending on the OS distributions.
# Querying the cluster status has to be executed after the existence of mysql.sock and mariadb.pid.
TIMEOUT=${DB_MAX_TIMEOUT:-60}
while [[ ! -S /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock ]] && \
[[ ! -S /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock ]] || \
[[ ! -f /var/lib/mysql/mariadb.pid ]]; do
if [[ ${TIMEOUT} -gt 0 ]]; then
let TIMEOUT-=1
sleep 1
else
exit 1
fi
done
sudo -E kolla_security_reset
mysql -u root --password="${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}" -e "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}' WITH GRANT OPTION;"
mysql -u root --password="${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}" -e "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY '${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}' WITH GRANT OPTION;"
mysqladmin -uroot -p"${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}" shutdown
}
# Create log directory, with appropriate permissions
if [[ ! -d "${MARIADB_LOG_DIR}" ]]; then
mkdir -p ${MARIADB_LOG_DIR}
fi
if [[ $(stat -c %a ${MARIADB_LOG_DIR}) != "755" ]]; then
chmod 755 ${MARIADB_LOG_DIR}
fi
# This catches all cases of the BOOTSTRAP variable being set, including empty
if [[ "${!KOLLA_BOOTSTRAP[@]}" ]]; then
mysql_install_db
bootstrap_db
exit 0
fi
# This catches all cases of the KOLLA_UPGRADE variable being set, including empty
if [[ "${!KOLLA_UPGRADE[@]}" ]]; then
# The mysql_upgrade command treats any directories under /var/lib/mysql as
# databases. Somehow we can end up with a .pki directory, which causes the
# command to fail with this error:
# Incorrect database name '#mysql50#.pki' when selecting the database
# There doesn't seem to be anything in the directory, so remove it.
rm -rf /var/lib/mysql/.pki
mysql_upgrade --host=${DB_HOST} --port=${DB_PORT} --user=root --password="${DB_ROOT_PASSWORD}"
exit 0
fi
if [[ "${!BOOTSTRAP_ARGS[@]}" ]]; then
ARGS="${BOOTSTRAP_ARGS}"
fi