In the previous post about the dbdeployer recipes we
saw the basics of using the
cookbook command and the
simpler tutorials that the recipes offer.
Here we will see some more advanced techniques, and more demanding examples.
We saw that the recipe for a single deployment would get a
NOTFOUND when no versions were available, or the
highest MySQL version when one was found.
$ dbdeployer cookbook show single | grep version=
[ -z "$version" ] && version=8.0.16
But what if we want the latest Percona Server or MariaDB for this recipe? One solution …[Read more]