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proxysql_scheduler – Adds or removes schedules from proxysql admin interface

New in version 2.3.

Synopsis

  • The proxysql_scheduler module adds or removes schedules using the proxysql admin interface.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • PyMySQL (Python 2.7 and Python 3.X), or
  • MySQLdb (Python 2.x)

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
active
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
A schedule with active set to False will be tracked in the database, but will be never loaded in the in-memory data structures.
arg1
-
Argument that can be passed to the job.
arg2
-
Argument that can be passed to the job.
arg3
-
Argument that can be passed to the job.
arg4
-
Argument that can be passed to the job.
arg5
-
Argument that can be passed to the job.
comment
-
Text field that can be used for any purposed defined by the user.
config_file
path
Default:
""
Specify a config file from which login_user and login_password are to be read.
filename
- / required
Full path of the executable to be executed.
force_delete
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
By default we avoid deleting more than one schedule in a single batch, however if you need this behaviour and you're not concerned about the schedules deleted, you can set force_delete to True.
interval_ms
-
Default:
10000
How often (in millisecond) the job will be started. The minimum value for interval_ms is 100 milliseconds.
load_to_runtime
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Dynamically load config to runtime memory.
login_host
string
Default:
"127.0.0.1"
The host used to connect to ProxySQL admin interface.
login_password
string
The password used to authenticate to ProxySQL admin interface.
login_port
integer
Default:
6032
The port used to connect to ProxySQL admin interface.
login_user
string
The username used to authenticate to ProxySQL admin interface.
save_to_disk
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Save config to sqlite db on disk to persist the configuration.
state
-
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
When present - adds the schedule, when absent - removes the schedule.

Examples

---
# This example adds a schedule, it saves the scheduler config to disk, but
# avoids loading the scheduler config to runtime (this might be because
# several servers are being added and the user wants to push the config to
# runtime in a single batch using the M(proxysql_manage_config) module).  It
# uses supplied credentials to connect to the proxysql admin interface.

- proxysql_scheduler:
    login_user: 'admin'
    login_password: 'admin'
    interval_ms: 1000
    filename: "/opt/maintenance.py"
    state: present
    load_to_runtime: False

# This example removes a schedule, saves the scheduler config to disk, and
# dynamically loads the scheduler config to runtime.  It uses credentials
# in a supplied config file to connect to the proxysql admin interface.

- proxysql_scheduler:
    config_file: '~/proxysql.cnf'
    filename: "/opt/old_script.py"
    state: absent

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
stdout
dictionary
On create/update will return the newly modified schedule, on delete it will return the deleted record.
The schedule modified or removed from proxysql

Sample:
{'changed': True, 'filename': '/opt/test.py', 'msg': 'Added schedule to scheduler', 'schedules': [{'active': '1', 'arg1': None, 'arg2': None, 'arg3': None, 'arg4': None, 'arg5': None, 'comment': '', 'filename': '/opt/test.py', 'id': '1', 'interval_ms': '10000'}], 'state': 'present'}


Status

  • This module is guaranteed to have no backward incompatible interface changes going forward. [stableinterface]
  • This module is maintained by the Ansible Community. [community]

Authors

  • Ben Mildren (@bmildren)

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