RonDB is a key-value store with SQL capabilities. We are working on making it really easy to develop applications against RonDB. You can now get a RonDB cluster up and running using 3 commands on your development machine assuming you have Docker installed there.
Here are the commands:
1. git clone https://github.com/logicalclocks/rondb-docker rondb-docker
2. cd rondb-docker
Prerequisites is that you have git installed and Docker or Docker Desktop. Using Docker Desktop and a new Resource Extension one can see the usage of the various containers in both memory and CPU usage. Using it on Windows also requires WSL 2 to be installed.
If you are using Windows it is important that you have set it to use WSL 2 as the engine. One might also have to activate WSL 2 integration with the Linux distribution you are using in the WSL 2. Both of those can be set from the Docker Desktop settings pages. One need to start a new Linux terminal after changing those settings before it actually works.
When trying it on Windows 11 it has worked like a charm for me. But trying it on Windows 10 had issues with firewalls preventing the MySQL Server to start. Feel free to post comments to this blog if you found issues and workarounds for those.
The run.sh command will create the docker image by pulling it from DockerHub. It is a download of a several hundred MBytes, so the time takes depends on the speed of your interconnection. Next it starts a RonDB cluster with 1 MGM server, 2 MySQL Server and 2 Data nodes.
When it started you can access the MySQL Servers on port 15000 and 15001 using a normal MySQL client or the application you are developing.
To access the MySQL Servers you can run the below command using a MySQL client.
mysql --protocol=tcp --user=mysql --host=localhost --port=15000 -p
Enter the password Abc123?e and you are connected to the MySQL Server and can use it as a normal MySQL client connected to a MySQL Cluster. The mysql user have full access to the ycsb% databases, the sbtest% databases, sysbench% databases and the dbt% databases.
You can enter the docker containers in the normal manner using
docker exec -it docker_id /bin/bash
You find the docker_id using the docker ps command.
You can use the run.sh script to create the RonDB cluster of your choice. It has 5 predefined profiles (mini, small, medium, large, xlarge). All profiles have the same nodes except mini which only creates 1 MySQL Server and 1 data node.
We have tested this using Docker Desktop on Mac OS X, Docker Desktop on Windows using WSL 2 and using Docker on Linux. So most developers should be able to try it out in their environment of choice.
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