Example MariaDB Configuration

Updated 2 years ago by Admin

This guide covers configuring continuous integration pipelines for projects that have a MariaDB dependency. If you’re new to Drone please read our Tutorial and build configuration guides first.


Basic Example

In the below example we demonstrate a pipeline that launches a MariaDB service container. The database server will be available at localhost:3306.

   1  kind: pipeline
2 type: kubernetes
3 name: default
4
5 steps:
6 - name: test
7 image: mariadb
8 commands:
9 - sleep 15
10 - mysql -u root --execute="SELECT VERSION();"
11
12 services:
13 - name: database
14 image: mariadb
15 environment:
16 MYSQL_ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD: 'yes'
17 MYSQL_DATABASE: test

Database Settings

The official MariaDB image provides environment variables used at startup to create the default username, password, database and more. Please see the official image documentation for more details.

   1  services:
2 - name: database
3 image: mariadb
4 environment:
5 MYSQL_DATABASE: test
6 MYSQL_ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD: 'yes'

Common Problems

If you are unable to connect to the MariaDB container please make sure you are giving MariaDB adequate time to initialize and begin accepting connections.

   1  kind: pipeline
2 type: kubernetes
3 name: default
4
5 steps:
6 - name: test
7 image: mariadb
8 commands:
9 - sleep 15
10 - mysql -u root


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