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percona (59) Versions 0.16.1

Installs Percona MySQL client and server

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Installs the Percona
client and/or
server components. (We are attempting to leverage the official Opscode
MySQL cookbook as much as possible.)

Optionally installs:


Supported Platforms

We provide an expanding set of tests against the following 64-bit platforms:

  • Amazon 2014.03
  • CentOS 6.5
  • CentOS 7.0
  • Debian 7.8
  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Although we don't test against all possible platform verions, we expect
the following to be supported. Please submit an issue if this is not the
cause, and we'll make reasonable efforts to improve support:

  • Ubuntu
  • Debian
  • Amazon Linux AMI
  • CentOS
  • Red Hat
  • Scientific
  • Fedora



This cookbook requires Chef >= 11.14.2 due to the use of the sensitive attribute for some resources.

We aim to test the most recent releases of Chef. You can view
the currently tested versions.
(Feel free to submit a pull request if they're out of date!)


  • percona - The default no-op recipe.
  • percona::package_repo - Sets up the package repository and installs common packages.
  • percona::client - Installs the Percona MySQL client libraries.
  • percona::server - Installs and configures the Percona MySQL server daemon.
  • percona::backup - Installs and configures the Percona XtraBackup hot backup software.
  • percona::toolkit - Installs the Percona Toolkit software
  • percona::cluster - Installs the Percona XtraDB Cluster server components
  • percona::configure_server - Used internally to manage the server configuration.
  • percona::replication - Used internally to grant permissions for replication.
  • percona::access_grants - Used internally to grant permissions for recipes.
  • percona::monitoring - Installs Percona monitoring plugins for Nagios


This cookbook installs the Percona MySQL components if not present, and pulls updates if they are installed on the system.

Encrypted Passwords

This cookbook requires Encrypted Data Bags. If you forget to use them or do not use a node attribute to overwrite them empty passwords will be used.

To use encrypted passwords, you must create an encrypted data bag. This cookbook assumes a data bag named passwords, but you can override the name using the node[:percona][:encrypted_data_bag] attribute. You can also optionally specify a data bag secret file to be loaded for the secret key using the node[:percona][:encrypted_data_bag_secret_file] attribute.

This cookbook expects a mysql item and a system item. Please refer to the official documentation on how to get this setup. It actually uses a MySQL example so it can be mostly copied. Ensure you cover the data bag items as described below.

You also may set expected item names via attributes node["percona"]["encrypted_data_bag_item_mysql"] and node["percona"]["encrypted_data_bag_item_system"].

Skip passwords

Set the ["percona"]["skip_passwords"] attribute to skip setting up passwords. Removes the need for the encrypted data bag if using chef-solo. Is useful for setting up development and ci environments where you just want to use the root user with no password. If you are doing this you may want to set [:percona][:server][:debian_username] to be "root" also.

Skip Configure

Set the ['percona']['skip_configure'] attribute to skip having the server recipe include the configure_server recipe directly after install. This is mostly useful in a wrapper cookbook sort of context. Once skipped, you can then perform any pre-config actions your wrapper needs to, such as dropping a custom configuration file or init script or cleaning up incorrectly sized innodb logfiles. You can then include configure_server where necessary.

mysql item

The mysql item should contain entries for root, backup, and replication. If no value is found, the cookbook will fall back to the default non-encrypted password.

system item

The "system" item should contain an entry for the debian system user as specified in the node[:percona][:server][:debian_username] attribute. If no such entry is found, the cookbook will fall back to the default non-encrypted password.

Example: "passwords" data bag - this example assumes that node[:percona][:server][:debian_username] = spud

  "mysql" :
    "root" : "trywgFA6R70NO28PNhMpGhEvKBZuxouemnbnAUQsUyo=\n"
    "backup" : "eqoiudfj098389fjadfkadf=\n"
    "replication" : "qwo0fj0213fm9020fm2023fjsld=\n"
  "system" :
    "spud" : "dwoifm2340f024jfadgfu243hf2=\n"

Above shows the encrypted password in the data bag. Check out the encrypted_data_bag_secret setting in knife.rb to setup your data bag secret during bootstrapping.

Replication over SSL

To enable SSL based replication, you will need to flip the attribute node[:percona][:server][:replication][:ssl_enabled] to true and add a new data_bag item
to the percona encrypted data_bag (seenode[:percona][:encrypted_data_bag] attribute) with the id ssl_replication ( see node["percona"]["encrypted_data_bag_item_ssl_replication"] attribute) that contains this data:

  "id": "ssl_replication",
  "server": {
    "server-cert": "SERVER_CERTIFICATE_STRING",
    "server-key": "SERVER_KEY_STRING"
  "client": {
    "client-cert": "CLIENT_CERTIFICATE_STRING",
    "client-key": "CLIENT_KEY_STRING"

All certificates and keys have to be converted to a string (easiest way is to use ruby: /usr/bin/env ruby -e 'p' filename) and placed

Percona XtraDB Cluster

Below is a minimal example setup to bootstrap a Percona XtraDB Cluster. Please see the official documentation for more information. This is not a perfect example. It is just a sample to get you started.

Wrapper recipe recipes/percona.rb:

# Setup the Percona XtraDB Cluster
cluster_ips = []
unless Chef::Config[:solo]
  search(:node, 'role:percona').each do |other_node|
    next if other_node['private_ipaddress'] == node['private_ipaddress'] "Found Percona XtraDB cluster peer: #{other_node['private_ipaddress']}"
    cluster_ips << other_node['private_ipaddress']

cluster_ips.each do |ip|
  firewall_rule "allow Percona group communication to peer #{ip}" do
    source ip
    port 4567
    action :allow

  firewall_rule "allow Percona state transfer to peer #{ip}" do
    source ip
    port 4444
    action :allow

  firewall_rule "allow Percona incremental state transfer to peer #{ip}" do
    source ip
    port 4568
    action :allow

cluster_address = "gcomm://#{cluster_ips.join(',')}" "Using Percona XtraDB cluster address of: #{cluster_address}"
node.override["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_cluster_address"] = cluster_address
node.override["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_node_name"] = node['hostname']

include_recipe 'percona::cluster'
include_recipe 'percona::backup'
include_recipe 'percona::toolkit'

Example percona role roles/percona.rb:

name "percona"
description "Percona XtraDB Cluster"

run_list 'recipe[paydici::percona]'

  "percona" => {
    "server" => {
      "role" => "cluster"

    "cluster" => {
      "package"                     => "percona-xtradb-cluster-56",
      "wsrep_cluster_name"          => "percona_cluster_1",
      "wsrep_sst_receive_interface" => "eth1" # can be eth0, public, private, etc.

Now you need to bring three servers up one at a time with the percona role applied to them. By default the servers will sync up via rsync server state transfer (SST)


default["percona"]["version"] = "5.6"
version = node["percona"]["version"]

# Always restart percona on configuration changes
default["percona"]["auto_restart"] = true

case node["platform_family"]
when "debian"
  default["percona"]["server"]["socket"] = "/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock"
  default["percona"]["server"]["default_storage_engine"] = "InnoDB"
  default["percona"]["server"]["includedir"] = "/etc/mysql/conf.d/"
  default["percona"]["server"]["pidfile"] = "/var/run/mysqld/"
  default["percona"]["server"]["package"] = "percona-server-server-#{version}"
when "rhel"
  default["percona"]["server"]["socket"] = "/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock"
  default["percona"]["server"]["default_storage_engine"] = "innodb"
  default["percona"]["server"]["includedir"] = ""
  default["percona"]["server"]["pidfile"] = "/var/lib/mysql/"
  default["percona"]["server"]["package"] = "Percona-Server-server-#{".", "")}"
  default["percona"]["server"]["shared_pkg"] = "Percona-Server-shared-#{".", "")}"

# Cookbook Settings
default["percona"]["main_config_file"] = value_for_platform_family(
  "debian" => "/etc/mysql/my.cnf",
  "rhel" => "/etc/my.cnf"
default["percona"]["apt"]["keyserver"] = "hkp://"
default["percona"]["encrypted_data_bag"] = "passwords"
default["percona"]["encrypted_data_bag_secret_file"] = ""
default["percona"]["use_chef_vault"] = false
default["percona"]["skip_passwords"] = false
default["percona"]["skip_configure"] = false

# Start percona server on boot
default["percona"]["server"]["enable"] = true

# install vs. upgrade packages
default["percona"]["server"]["package_action"] = "install"

# Basic Settings
default["percona"]["server"]["role"] = ["standalone"]
default["percona"]["server"]["username"] = "mysql"
default["percona"]["server"]["datadir"] = "/var/lib/mysql"
default["percona"]["server"]["logdir"] = "/var/log/mysql"
default["percona"]["server"]["tmpdir"] = "/tmp"
default["percona"]["server"]["slave_load_tmpdir"] = "/tmp"
default["percona"]["server"]["debian_username"] = "debian-sys-maint"
default["percona"]["server"]["jemalloc"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["jemalloc_lib"] = value_for_platform_family(
  "debian" => value_for_platform(
    "ubuntu" => {
      "trusty" => "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/",
      "precise" => "/usr/lib/"
  "rhel" => "/usr/lib64/"
default["percona"]["server"]["nice"]  = 0
default["percona"]["server"]["open_files_limit"]  = 16_384
default["percona"]["server"]["hostname"]  = "localhost"
default["percona"]["server"]["basedir"]  = "/usr"
default["percona"]["server"]["port"]  = 3306
default["percona"]["server"]["language"]  = "/usr/share/mysql/english"
default["percona"]["server"]["character_set"]  = "utf8"
default["percona"]["server"]["collation"]  = "utf8_unicode_ci"
default["percona"]["server"]["skip_name_resolve"]  = false
default["percona"]["server"]["skip_external_locking"]  = true
default["percona"]["server"]["net_read_timeout"]  = 120
default["percona"]["server"]["connect_timeout"]  = 10
default["percona"]["server"]["wait_timeout"]  = 28_800
default["percona"]["server"]["old_passwords"]  = 0
default["percona"]["server"]["bind_address"]  = ""
default["percona"]["server"]["federated"] = false

%w[debian_password root_password].each do |attribute|
  next if attribute?(node["percona"]["server"][attribute])
  default["percona"]["server"][attribute] = secure_password

# Fine Tuning
default["percona"]["server"]["key_buffer_size"] = "16M"
default["percona"]["server"]["max_allowed_packet"] = "64M"
default["percona"]["server"]["thread_stack"] = "192K"
default["percona"]["server"]["query_alloc_block_size"] = "16K"
default["percona"]["server"]["memlock"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["transaction_isolation"] = "REPEATABLE-READ"
default["percona"]["server"]["tmp_table_size"] = "64M"
default["percona"]["server"]["max_heap_table_size"] = "64M"
default["percona"]["server"]["sort_buffer_size"] = "8M"
default["percona"]["server"]["join_buffer_size"] = "8M"
default["percona"]["server"]["thread_cache_size"] = 16
default["percona"]["server"]["back_log"] = 50
default["percona"]["server"]["max_connections"] = 30
default["percona"]["server"]["max_connect_errors"] = 9_999_999
default["percona"]["server"]["sql_modes"] = []
default["percona"]["server"]["table_cache"] = 8192
default["percona"]["server"]["group_concat_max_len"] = 4096
default["percona"]["server"]["expand_fast_index_creation"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["read_rnd_buffer_size"] = 262_144

# Query Cache Configuration
default["percona"]["server"]["query_cache_size"] = "64M"
default["percona"]["server"]["query_cache_limit"] = "2M"

# Logging and Replication
default["percona"]["server"]["sync_binlog"] = (node["percona"]["server"]["role"] == "cluster" ? 0 : 1)
default["percona"]["server"]["slow_query_log"] = 1
default["percona"]["server"]["slow_query_logdir"] = "/var/log/mysql"
default["percona"]["server"]["slow_query_log_file"] = "#{node["percona"]["server"]["slow_query_logdir"]}/mysql-slow.log"
default["percona"]["server"]["long_query_time"] = 2
default["percona"]["server"]["server_id"] = 1
default["percona"]["server"]["binlog_do_db"] = []
default["percona"]["server"]["binlog_ignore_db"] = []
default["percona"]["server"]["expire_logs_days"] = 10
default["percona"]["server"]["max_binlog_size"] = "100M"
default["percona"]["server"]["binlog_cache_size"] = "1M"
default["percona"]["server"]["binlog_format"] = "MIXED"
default["percona"]["server"]["log_bin"] = "master-bin"
default["percona"]["server"]["relay_log"] = "slave-relay-bin"
default["percona"]["server"]["log_slave_updates"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["log_warnings"] = true
default["percona"]["server"]["log_long_format"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["bulk_insert_buffer_size"] = "64M"

# MyISAM Specific
default["percona"]["server"]["myisam_recover_options"] = "BACKUP"
default["percona"]["server"]["myisam_sort_buffer_size"] = "128M"
default["percona"]["server"]["myisam_max_sort_file_size"] = "10G"
default["percona"]["server"]["myisam_repair_threads"] = 1
default["percona"]["server"]["read_buffer_size"] = "8M"

# InnoDB Specific
default["percona"]["server"]["skip_innodb"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_additional_mem_pool_size"] = "32M"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_buffer_pool_size"] = "128M"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_data_file_path"] = "ibdata1:10M:autoextend"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_autoextend_increment"] = "128M"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_open_files"] = 2000
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_file_per_table"] = true
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_file_format"] = "Antelope"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_data_home_dir"] = ""
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_thread_concurrency"] = 16
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit"] = 1
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_fast_shutdown"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_log_buffer_size"] = "64M"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_log_file_size"] = "5M"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_log_files_in_group"] = 2
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_max_dirty_pages_pct"] = 80
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_flush_method"] = "O_DIRECT"
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_lock_wait_timeout"] = 120
default["percona"]["server"]["innodb_import_table_from_xtrabackup"] = 0

# Performance Schema
default["percona"]["server"]["performance_schema"] = false

# Replication Settings
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["read_only"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["host"] = ""
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["username"] = ""
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["password"] = ""
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["port"] = 3306
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["ignore_db"] = []
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["ignore_table"] = []
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["ssl_enabled"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["suppress_1592"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["skip_slave_start"] = false
default["percona"]["server"]["replication"]["slave_transaction_retries"] = 10

# XtraBackup Settings
default["percona"]["backup"]["configure"] = false
default["percona"]["backup"]["username"] = "backup"
unless attribute?(node["percona"]["backup"]["password"])
  default["percona"]["backup"]["password"] = secure_password

# XtraDB Cluster Settings
default["percona"]["cluster"]["package"] = value_for_platform_family(
  "debian" => "percona-xtradb-cluster-#{".", "")}",
  "rhel" => "Percona-XtraDB-Cluster-#{".", "")}"
default["percona"]["cluster"]["binlog_format"] = "ROW"
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_provider"] = value_for_platform_family(
  "debian" => "/usr/lib/",
  "rhel" => "/usr/lib64/"
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_provider_options"] = ""
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_cluster_address"] = ""
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_slave_threads"] = 2
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_cluster_name"] = ""
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_sst_method"] = "rsync"
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_node_name"] = ""
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_notify_cmd"] = ""
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_sst_auth"] = ""

# These both are used to build wsrep_sst_receive_address
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_sst_receive_interface"] = nil # Works like node["percona"]["server"]["bind_to"]
default["percona"]["cluster"]["wsrep_sst_receive_port"] = "4444"

default["percona"]["cluster"]["innodb_locks_unsafe_for_binlog"] = 1
default["percona"]["cluster"]["innodb_autoinc_lock_mode"] = 2


# install vs. upgrade packages
default["percona"]["client"]["package_action"] = "install"

version = value_for_platform_family(
  "debian" => node["percona"]["version"],
  "rhel" => node["percona"]["version"].tr(".", "")

case node["platform_family"]
when "debian"
  abi_version = case version
                when "5.5" then "18"
                when "5.6" then "18.1"
                else ""

  default["percona"]["client"]["packages"] = %W[
    libperconaserverclient#{abi_version}-dev percona-server-client-#{version}
when "rhel"
  if Array(node["percona"]["server"]["role"]).include?("cluster")
    default["percona"]["client"]["packages"] = %W[
      Percona-XtraDB-Cluster-devel-#{version} Percona-XtraDB-Cluster-client-#{version}
    default["percona"]["client"]["packages"] = %W[
      Percona-Server-devel-#{version} Percona-Server-client-#{version}


default["percona"]["plugins_version"] = "1.1.3"
default["percona"]["plugins_packages"] = %w[percona-nagios-plugins percona-zabbix-templates percona-cacti-templates]


default["percona"]["yum"]["description"] = "Percona Packages"
default["percona"]["yum"]["baseurl"]     = "{pversion}/os/#{arch}/"
default["percona"]["yum"]["gpgkey"]      = ""
default["percona"]["yum"]["gpgcheck"]    = true
default["percona"]["yum"]["sslverify"]   = true

Explicit my.cnf templating

In some situation it is preferable to explicitly define the attributes needed in a my.cnf file. This is enabled by adding categories to the node[:percona][:conf] attributes. All keys found in the node[:percona][:conf] map will represent categories in the my.cnf file. Each category contains a map of attributes that will be written to the my.cnf file for that category. See the example for more details.


node["percona"]["conf"]["mysqld"]["slow_query_log_file"] = "/var/lib/mysql/data/mysql-slow.log"

This configuration would write the mysqld category to the my.cnf file and have an attribute slow_query_log_file whose value would be /var/lib/mysql/data/mysql-slow.log.

Example output (my.cnf):

slow_query_log_file = /var/lib/mysql/data/mysql-slow.log

Dynamically setting the bind address

There's a special attribute node["percona"]["server"]["bind_to"] that allows you to dynamically set the bind address. This attribute accepts the values "public_ip", "private_ip", "loopback", or and interface name like "eth0". Based on this, the recipe will find a corresponding ipv4 address, and override the node["percona"]["server"]["bind_address"] attribute.

MySQL Gems

This cookbook provides a MySQL and MySQL2 gem installer specifically designed for
use with Percona. Since they share namespaces with other providers you most
likely want to call them directly targeting the provider, example provided below:

mysql2_chef_gem 'default' do
  provider Chef::Provider::Mysql2ChefGem::Percona
  action :install

mysql_chef_gem 'default' do
  provider Chef::Provider::MysqlChefGem::Percona
  action :install

Also keep in mind that since these providers are subclasses of the mysql_chef_gem
and mysql2_chef_gem cookbooks they need to be added to your metadata.rb file as
depends to ensure they pull in the needed resource files.


In no particular order:

  • Be the most flexible way to setup a MySQL distribution through Chef
    • Support for Chef Solo
    • Support for Chef Server
  • Support the following common database infrastructures:
    • Single server instance
    • Traditional Master/Slave replication
    • Multi-master cluster replication
  • Support the most recent Chef runtime environments
  • Be the easiest way to setup a MySQL distribution through Chef


  • Fully support all of the standard Chef-supported distributions


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request


Many thanks go to the following contributors who have helped to make this cookbook even better:

  • @jagcrete
    • configurable keyserver
    • encrypted password data bag
    • custom my.cnf file
  • @pwelch
    • ensure cookbook dependencies are loaded
    • Foodcritic compliance updates
    • various minor patches and updates
  • @masv
    • compatibility updates for 5.5
  • @stottsan
    • config cleanup to prevent service restarts on chef run
  • @abecciu
    • auto-generate secure passwords by default
    • add ability to dynamically set the bind address
    • add support for main_config_file attribute
  • @patcon
    • add yum support for centos, amazon, scientific, fedora, and redhat distributions
  • @psi
    • fixes required for RedHat platforms
  • @TheSerapher
    • improvements for master/slave replication setup
    • updates and clarifications to the README
    • add attribute to control server restart on config changes
  • @bensomers
    • minor fixes to replication.sql
    • fix a very dangerous bug around binlog-do-db setting for slave servers
    • fix slow query log setting for 5.5
  • @tdg5
    • avoid use of set_unless for chef-solo, workaround for CHEF-2945
  • @gpendler
    • avoid re-installation of packages RedHat platforms
  • @vinu
    • pin the percona apt repo with high priority
  • @ckuttruff
    • improve security on debian-based systems by changing config file permissions
    • don't pass mysql root password in plaintext commands
    • fix issue with -p flag when setting initial password
  • @srodrig0209
    • add the monitoring recipe
  • @jesseadams
    • fixes for custom datadir setting use case
    • add more Percona XtraDB cluster options
    • XtraDB cluster support for replication over ssl
  • @see0
    • fix incorrect root password reference
  • @baldur
    • (honorable mention) fix incorrect root password reference
    • fix typo in attribute for server username
  • @chrisroberts
    • (honorable mention) fix issue with -p flag when setting initial password
  • @aaronjensen
    • allow server to not be started on startup
  • @pioneerit
    • add sections to .my.cnf for mysqladmin and mysqldump
  • @AndreyChernyh
    • use resources helper to support newer chef versions
  • @avit
    • add default utf8 character set option
    • cleanup replication support
    • remove dependency on opscode/mysql cookbook
    • fix permissions for configuration files
  • @alexzorin
    • add support for skip-name-resolve option
  • @jyotty
    • specify binlog_format in master and slave roles
  • @adamdunkley
    • fix table_cache variable for mysql versions 5.6 and above
    • remove unnecessary rewind, perform it directly
  • @freerobby
    • add requirements to Berksfile
    • more flexible apt dependency version to minimize conflicts
  • @spovich
    • disable old_passwords support by default
    • force version 5.5 on Debian family to maintain consistency with RHEL family
  • @v1nc3ntlaw
    • add attribute innodb_file_format
    • add attribute ignore_db for slave template
  • @joegaudet
    • add attribute group_concat_max_len
  • @mikesmullin
    • accumulating patches from multiple sources
    • tempdir fixes
  • @totally
    • support yum cookbook v3.0
    • use attributes for package names
  • @sapunoff
    • initial implementation of using attributes for package names
  • @errm
    • add attribute skip_passwords
  • @ewr
    • fix mysql calls when there is no root password
  • @jharley
    • make connect_timeout configurable
    • add cluster support for wsrep_sst_auth configuration
    • update default for wsrep_provider on Debian
    • enable InnoDB tuning for standalone and cluster
    • set proper my.cnf location based on platform family
    • add missing tunables to 'cluster' my.cnf template
    • fix regression in cluster configuration template
    • centralize jemalloc configuration for cluster and server configurations
    • sync cluster configuration file with main configuration
    • add innodb_autoextend_increment and innodb_open_files attributes
    • fix cluster template regression
  • @achied
    • fix setting passwords if attribute not defined
  • @akshah123
    • force client packages to install version 5.5
  • @tkuhlman
    • re-add cluster support
  • @mancdaz
    • install monitoring plugins from package instead of tarball
  • @iancoffey
    • set debian-sys-maint password after grant
    • add attribute skip_configure
  • @notnmeyer
    • fix access_grants guards for cluster and backup recipes
  • @odacrem
    • use correct replication username in replication.sql
  • @g3kk0
    • fix missing mysql log directory
    • add attribute wait_timeout
    • data-drive percona yum repository
    • add support for jemalloc
    • fix idempotency with chef-solo and skip_password attribute
    • add attribute expand_fast_index_creation
  • @gfloyd
    • honor skip_configure attribute in cluster recipe
  • @paustin01
    • add encrypted_data_bag_secret_file attribute
  • @ajardan
    • support master-master replication in the replication_master.sql template
    • extend master-master capabilities and add ssl support
  • @realloc
    • add mysql2 gem provider
    • add ability to set data bag item names using attributes
  • @tbunnyman
    • make ignore_db attribute into an array & add matching ignore_table attribute
    • add suppress_1592 replication attribute
    • add sql_modes attribute
  • @mzdrale
    • fix cluster package name on RHEL systems
  • @Sauraus
    • fix cluster dependency package installation on RHEL systems
    • fix slow_query_logdir path creation
  • @jim80net
    • fix toolkit installation for version 5.6 on RHEL systems
  • @helgi
    • use mysql command vs. a file to check the root password
    • generate configuration file before setting up data directory
    • ensure includedir is created if provided
    • add attribute performance_schema
    • fix mysql root password update check
  • @arnesund
    • fix package list for clusters based on CentOS
    • avoid uninstall of mysql-libs when not needed
    • fix XtraDB Cluster 5.6 installation on CentOS 7
    • add support for chef-vault
  • @n3bulous
    • add federated and read_rnd_buffer_size attributes
  • @runwaldarshu
    • add sensitive attribute for resources
  • @vermut
    • fix ConfigHelper definitions to make them available from module_function
  • @dng-dev
    • add innodb_import_table_from_xtrabackup attribute
  • @washingtoneg
    • add myisam_read_buffer_size attribute
  • @cmjosh
    • fix version-dependent package attribute issues
  • @cybermerc
    • fix provider superclass mismatch
  • @drywheat
    • add skip_slave_start attribute
  • @joelhandwell
    • fix duplication of slow query log directory creation
    • suppress warning CHEF-3694 for log dir
  • @bitpusher-real
    • add binlog_ignore_db attribute
    • add version restrictions on three MySQL directives
    • only set old_passwords only when a value defined
    • add slave_transaction_retries attribute
    • add slave_load_tmpdir attribute
  • @cyberflow
    • add replication_sql attribute
  • @jklare
    • fix cluster specific settings for my.cnf and client packages
  • @whiteley
    • remove duplicated attributes
    • namespace apt attributes following yum example



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FC058: Library provider declares use_inline_resources and declares #action_ methods: percona/libraries/provider_mysql2_chef_gem.rb:5
FC058: Library provider declares use_inline_resources and declares #action_ methods: percona/libraries/provider_mysql_chef_gem.rb:5
FC064: Ensure issues_url is set in metadata: percona/metadata.rb:1
FC065: Ensure source_url is set in metadata: percona/metadata.rb:1
FC066: Ensure chef_version is set in metadata: percona/metadata.rb:1
FC075: Cookbook uses to save partial node data to the chef-server mid-run: percona/recipes/configure_server.rb:40
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