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Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean
Posted by: Andrew Rubinger ()
Date: March 08, 2007 09:55AM

Hi Eric; thanks for your reply.

I ended up grabbing the source and making some changes to MysqldResource.java in order to:

* Ensure that explicitly-defined mysqldArgs are not overwritten by the MysqldResource.options Map
* Allow for resetting of MysqldResource.datadir when overridden.
* Allow for overriding the name of the default PID File

..and probably some other changes. I now have 3 instances running on one machine from an MBean deployment - one master and 2 (read-only, which I'm currently configuring as slaves).

Would you like me to send you a snapshot of my modified source?

S,
ALR

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Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/07/2007 02:27PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Eric Herman 03/08/2007 08:54AM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/08/2007 09:55AM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Eric Herman 03/09/2007 07:50AM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/09/2007 02:34PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Eric Herman 03/10/2007 12:19PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/11/2007 11:21PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Eric Herman 03/12/2007 12:47PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/12/2007 02:51PM
Re: Running Multiple Instances via MXJ / MBean Andrew Rubinger 03/08/2007 10:02AM


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