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Each row in mysql_replication_hostgroups table in proxysql represent a pair of writer_hostgroup and reader_hostgroup .ProxySQL will monitor the value of read_only from mysql_server_read_only_log for all the servers.If read_only=1 the host is copied/moved to the reader_hostgroup, while if read_only=0 the host is copied/moved to the writer_hostgroup .




ProxySQL and MHA Integration


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We can also have MySQL Utilities to perform the failover in ProxySQL too.The main advantage of using MHA-ProxySQL integration is, it avoids need for VIP or re-defining DNS after MHA failover , they are taken care by ProxySQL.


Next, we need to download a script which we will use to monitor Galera status. Currently it has to be downloaded separately but in the next release of ProxySQL it should be included in the rpm. The script needs to be located in /var/lib/proxysql.


The recovery process will only be commencing after a graceful timeout (30 seconds) to give Galera node a chance to recover itself beforehand. If ClusterControl fails to recover a node or cluster, it will first pull all MySQL error logs from all accessible nodes and will raise the necessary alarms to notify the user via email or by pushing critical events to the third-party integration modules like PagerDuty, VictorOps or Slack. Manual intervention is then required. For Galera Cluster, ClusterControl will keep on trying to recover the failure until you mark the node as under maintenance, or disable the automatic recovery feature.


This image recommends you to bind a ProxySQL configuration file to the mount point, /etc/proxysql.cnf, albeit you can skip this and configure it later using ProxySQL Admin console. Example configurations are provided in the Docker Hub page or the Github page.


In the above section, we are telling Kubernetes to deploy a ProxySQL using severalnines/proxysql image version 1.4.12. We also want Kubernetes to mount our custom, pre-configured configuration file and map it to /etc/proxysql.cnf inside the container. There will be a volume called "shared-data" which map to /tmp directory to share with the Wordpress image - a temporary directory that shares a pod's lifetime. This allows ProxySQL socket file (/tmp/proxysql.sock) to be used by the Wordpress container when connecting to the database, bypassing the TCP/IP networking.


This blog post will cover the first configuration - running ProxySQL as a Kubernetes service. The second configuration is already covered here. In contrast to the helper container approach, running as a service makes ProxySQL pods live independently from the applications and can be easily scaled and clustered together with the help of Kubernetes ConfigMap. This is definitely a different clustering approach than ProxySQL native clustering support which relies on configuration checksum across ProxySQL instances (a.k.a proxysql_servers). Check out this blog post if you want to learn about ProxySQL clustering made easy with ClusterControl.


In this setup, we will deploy two pods and services - "wordpress" and "proxysql". We will merge Deployment and Service declaration in one YAML file per application and manage them as one unit. To keep the application containers' content persistent across multiple nodes, we have to use a clustered or remote file system, which in this case is NFS.


The above means we would like to deploy two ProxySQL pods as a ReplicaSet that matches containers labelled with "app=proxysql,tier=frontend". The deployment strategy specifies the strategy used to replace old pods by new ones. In this deployment, we picked RollingUpdate which means the pods will be updated in a rolling update fashion, one pod at a time.


In the spec.templates.spec.containers.* section, we are telling Kubernetes to deploy ProxySQL using severalnines/proxysql image version 1.4.12. We also want Kubernetes to mount our custom, pre-configured configuration file and map it to /etc/proxysql.cnf inside the container. The running pods will publish two ports - 6033 and 6032. We also define the "volumes" section, where we instruct Kubernetes to mount the ConfigMap as a volume inside the ProxySQL pods to be mounted by volumeMounts.


Pay attention on the admin_variables.admin_credentials variable where we used non-default user which is "proxysql-admin". ProxySQL reserves the default "admin" user for local connection via localhost only. Therefore, we have to use other users to access the ProxySQL instance remotely. Otherwise, you would get the following error:


While ProxySQL is exposed externally on port 30033 (MySQL) and 30032 (Admin), it is also accessible internally via the published ports, 6033 and 6032 respectively. Thus, to access the ProxySQL instances within the Kubernetes network, use the CLUSTER-IP, or the service name "proxysql" as the host value. For example, within Wordpress pod, you may access the ProxySQL admin console by using the following command:


Introduces tighter integration with AWS, Azure and Google Cloud, so it is now possible to launch new instances and deploy MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB and PostgreSQL directly from the ClusterControl user interface.


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