So, its not quite that easy… the mysql server packages that exist
have a lot of package dependencies.
The one shipped in the rhel/centos channels have around 10
So, you’d need to host each package and their dependencies on a web server…
… which would give you a yum repository.
If you want to use the mysql cookbook on the community site, you could
try pointing your box a the CentOS repositories (or an internally
hosted mirror) with the yum-centos cookbook
On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 6:35 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I’m trying to run MySQL cookbook on an RHEL instance which is not yet
subscribed. As a result the cookbook is unable to download the mysql files from
the yum repo.
Is there any other cookbook which downloads files from locations other than the
Thanks in advance.