MySql in marketplace of your Cloud Foundry

This post is a combination of information available elsewhere (links are included) and can be used to get mysql in the marketplace on your local Cloud Foundry.

Tip! Run from my quickly set environment for local cloud foundry post.


Follow But first peek below 😉

git clone ~/workspace/cf-mysql-release
cd ~/workspace/cf-mysql-release
git checkout tags/v36.10.0
bosh create-release
bosh upload-release

git clone ~/workspace/cf-mysql-deployment
cd ~/workspace/cf-mysql-deployment

# edit operations/register-proxy-route.yml manually
# edit cloud-config manually

bosh -d cf-mysql deploy \
  cf-mysql-deployment.yml --vars-store mysql-creds.yml \
  -o ./operations/add-broker.yml \
  --vars-file bosh-lite/default-vars.yml \
  --var cf_mysql_external_host=p-mysql.$SYSTEM_DOMAIN \
  --var cf_mysql_host=$BOSH_ENVIRONMENT \
  --var cf_admin_password=$CF_ADMIN_PASSWORD \
  --var cf_api_url=https://api.$SYSTEM_DOMAIN \
  --var cf_skip_ssl_validation=true

I ran into some trouble with the deployment. The url in the register-proxy-route.yml was not working; so I downloaded the file and changed the url in register-proxy-route.yml to my local copy.

In the lab you must find out how to edit the cloud-config. Here’s our take:

# download the cloud-config to a local file
bosh cloud-config > cloud.yml
# edit the local file with vs code
# add massive to vm_types (see cloud.yml below)
code cloud.yml
# upload the cloud-config
bosh update-cloud-config cloud.yml
- name: minimal
- name: small
- name: small-highmem
- name: default
- name: massive

Cloud Foundry

After deployment of MySql to Bosh you’ll need to register it in Cloud Foundry. It is in the lab, but we’ve added it for completeness.

bosh deployments
bosh errands -d cf-mysql
bosh run-errand -d cf-mysql broker-registrar 

Now you’ll have MySql in the Marketplace

About erictummers

Working in a DevOps team is the best thing that happened to me. I like challenges and sharing the solutions with others. On my blog I’ll mostly post about my work, but expect an occasional home project, productivity tip and tooling review.
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