MySQL 5.7 Reference Manual Including MySQL NDB Cluster 7.5 and NDB Cluster 7.6

20.4.27 ndb_setup.py — Start browser-based Auto-Installer for NDB Cluster (DEPRECATED)

Note

This feature is deprecated and should be avoided. It is subject to removal in a future version of NDB Cluster.

ndb_setup.py starts the NDB Cluster Auto-Installer and opens the installer's Start page in the default Web browser.

Important

This program is intended to be invoked as a normal user, and not with the mysql, system root or other administrative account.

This section describes usage of and program options for the command-line tool only. For information about using the Auto-Installer GUI that is spawned when ndb_setup.py is invoked, see Section 20.2.8, “The NDB Cluster Auto-Installer (NDB 7.5) (No longer supported)”.

Usage

All platforms:

ndb_setup.py [options]

Additionally, on Windows platforms only:

setup.bat [options]

The following table includes all options that are supported by the NDB Cluster installation and configuration program ndb_setup.py. Additional descriptions follow the table.

Table 20.43 Command-line options for the ndb_setup.py program

Format Description Added, Deprecated, or Removed

--browser-start-page=filename,

-s

Page that web browser opens when starting

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--ca-certs-file=filename,

-a

File containing list of client certificates allowed to connect to server

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--cert-file=filename,

-c

File containing X509 certificate identifying server

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--debug-level=level,

-d

Python logging module debug level; one of DEBUG, INFO, WARNING (default), ERROR, or CRITICAL

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--help,

-h

Print help message

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--key-file=file,

-k

Specify file containing private key (if not included in --cert-file)

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--no-browser,

-n

Do not open start page in browser, merely start tool

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--port=#,

-p

Specify port used by web server

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--server-log-file=file,

-o

Log requests to this file; use '-' to force logging to stderr instead

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--server-name=name,

-N

Name of server to connect to

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--use-http,

-H

Use unencrypted (HTTP) client/server connection

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)

--use-https,

-S

Use encrypted (HTTPS) client/server connection

(Supported in all MySQL 5.7 based releases)