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ndb_setup.py − Start browser−based Auto−Installer for NDB Cluster


ndb_setup.py [options]


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.

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 The NDB Cluster Auto−Installer (NDB 7.5) (No longer supported) [1] . 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 23.46. Command−line options used with the program ndb_setup.py

−−browser−start−page=file, −s

Specify the file to open in the browser as the installation and configuration Start page. The default is index.html.

−−ca−certs−file=file, −a

Specify a file containing a list of client certificates which are allowed to connect to the server. The default is an empty string, which means that no client authentication is used.

−−cert−file=file, −c

Specify a file containing an X509 certificate which identifies the server. It is possible for the certificate to be self−signed. The default is cfg.pem.

−−debug−level=level, −d

Set the Python logging module debug level. This is one of DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, or CRITICAL. WARNING is the default.

−−help, −h

Print a help message.

−−key−file=file, −d

Specify a file containing the private key if this is not included in the X509 certificate file (−−cert−file). The default is an empty string, which means that no such file is used.

−−no−browser, −n

Start the installation and configuration tool, but do not open the Start page in a browser.

−−port=#, −p

Set the port used by the web server. The default is 8081.

−−server−log−file=file, −o

Log requests to this file. The default is ndb_setup.log. To specify logging to stderr, rather than to a file, use a − (dash character) for the file name.

−−server−name=host, −N

Specify the host name or IP address for the browser to use when connecting. The default is localhost.

−−use−http, −H

Make the browser use HTTP to connect with the server. This means that the connection is unencrypted and not secured in any way.

−−use−https, −S

Make the browser use a secure (HTTPS) connection with the server.


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The NDB Cluster Auto-Installer (NDB 7.5) (No longer supported)



For more information, please refer to the MySQL Reference Manual, which may already be installed locally and which is also available online at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/.


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