Getting Started with MySQL in a Kubernetes Cluster


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Verify the system requirements. Create a Docker container image for Commvault and add the client packages. Set up a one-way network topology. Create the pods, Docker containers and an instance, and then perform a backup and a restore.


  1. Verify that your environment meets the system requirements for MySQL in a Kubernetes cluster.

  2. Create a Docker container image for Commvault.

  3. Add MySQL client packages to the Commvault Docker image.

  4. Set up a one-way network topology for the pods.

  5. Create pods with MySQL and Commvault Docker containers.

  6. Create a MySQL instance.

    Note: Enter the socket information in the format hostname_of_the_client:port. For example, enter hostname:5432.

  7. Run a MySQL backup operation.

  8. Run a MySQL restore operation.