Rather than using a production setup, where each instance runs
on a separate host, AdminAPI provides the
is the TCP port number where the MySQL Server instance listens
for connections. To deploy a new sandbox instance which is bound
to port 3310, issue:
By default the sandbox is created in a directory named
on Unix systems. For Microsoft Windows systems the directory is
Each sandbox instance is stored in a directory named after the
The root user's password for the instance is prompted for.
Each sandbox instance uses the root user and password, and it must be the same on all sandbox instances which should work together. This is not recommended in production.
To deploy another sandbox server instance, repeat the steps followed for the sandbox instance at port 3310, choosing different port numbers for each instance.
To change the directory which sandboxes are stored in, for
example to run multiple sandboxes on one host for testing
purposes, use the MySQL Shell
option. For example to use a sandbox in the
/home/user/sandbox1 directory, issue:
All subsequent sandbox related operations are then executed
against the instances found at
When you deploy sandboxes, MySQL Shell searches for the
mysqld binary which it then uses to create
the sandbox instance. You can configure where MySQL Shell
searches for the mysqld binary by configuring
PATH environment variable. This can be
useful to test a new version of MySQL locally before deploying
it to production. For example, to use a
mysqld binary at the path
Then run MySQL Shell from the terminal where the
PATH environment variable is set. Any
sandboxes you deploy then use the mysqld
binary found at the configured path.
The following options are supported by the
allowRootFromconfigures which host the root user can connect from. Defaults to
ignoreSslErrorconfigures secure connections on the sandbox instance. When
ignoreSslErroris true, which is the default, no error is issued during the operation if SSL support cannot be provided and the server instance is deployed without SSL support. When
ignoreSslErroris set to false, the sandbox instance is deployed with SSL support, issuing an error if SSL support cannot be configured.
mysqldOptionsconfigures additional options on the sandbox instance. Defaults to an empty string, and accepts a list of strings that specify options and values. For example
mysqldOptions: ["lower_case_table_names=1", "report_host="10.1.2.3"]}. The specified options are written to the sandbox instance's option file.
portXconfigures the port used for X Protocol connections. The default is calculated by multiplying the
portvalue by 10. The value is an integer between 1024 and 65535.