Bug #75308 mysqlfabric's --param option's syntax is not documented
Submitted: 25 Dec 2014 8:56 Modified: 16 Sep 2015 21:51
Reporter: Tsubasa Tanaka (OCA) Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Fabric: Documentation Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:1.5.2 OS:Any
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: Docs, mysqlfabric, option

[25 Dec 2014 8:56] Tsubasa Tanaka
mysqlfabric's --param option's syntax is not documented.

How to repeat:
See docs.
[26 Dec 2014 5:03] MySQL Verification Team
Hello Tsubasa-San,

Thank you for the report.

[26 Dec 2014 5:30] Tsubasa Tanaka
Hi Umesh,

Thank you for verifying.

Dear MySQL Fabric Team,

I'm trying some mysqlfabric as server and some remote mysqlfabric as client.

Currentry, I overwrite address parameter in [protocol.xmlrpc] section, in /etc/mysql/fabric.cfg at each mysqlfabric-client machine, each time I'd like to connect another mysqlfabric-server.
Maybe --param option can handle same thing more smartly, but I didn't succeed it because --param option syntax is unknown.
[29 Apr 2015 23:13] Philip Olson
Thank you for the bug report. The documentation is in progress, sorry for taking so long. In the meantime, here are some examples:

$ mysqlfabric manage setup --param=storage.user=fabric --param=storage.password=secret
$ mysqlfabric --param=storage.user=fabric --param=storage.password=secret manage setup

$ mysqlfabric manage setup --param=storage.address=localhost:13000 --param=storage.user=root --param=protocol.xmlrpc.password=foo

It overrides existing configuration parameters.
[15 Sep 2015 1:49] Tsubasa Tanaka
I found the doc's page written what about you told me.


Should this report close?
[16 Sep 2015 21:51] Philip Olson
This is now documented, thank you for the bug report.