percona-xtradb-cluster init script is not honoring /etc/default/

Bug #1381492 reported by Mario Splivalo on 2014-10-15
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Percona XtraDB Cluster moved to
Status tracked in 5.6
Fix Released

Bug Description

Percona's init script is not honoring /etc/default in any way.

Using /etc/default (in this case I'm assuming /etc/default/mysql should be used) is a convenient way of setting up various environment options for the running services (it will also eliminate bug #1380747).

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Ante Karamatić (ivoks) on 2014-10-15
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Thanks. Yes, it should help.

I am assuming this request is for ubuntu/debian?

A similar thing was done for CentOS7 for systemd with EnvironmentFile for mysql@.service.


Similar thing can be done for ubuntu/debian as well.

Now, as per debian specifications, for debian, /etc/default seems to be the apt one.

Note, for CentOS7, mysql.service doesn't source any environment file. So, it will be added there as well.

Mario Splivalo (mariosplivalo) wrote :


Yes, the request is originating for ubuntu/debian, but, as you've stated, RedHat/CentOS is affected as well.


Yes, all but mysql@.service in CentOS7 can do with this.

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