Archive for the tag 'Kubernetes'

 

 

Jul 19 2021

How to Access ProxySQL Web Interface on Kubernetes

Published by under Docker,Kubernetes,Mysql

I wrote in a previous post about a ProxySQL Helm chart for Kubernetes, in which you can configure the pod from SQL queries. The chart includes an ingress to reach the stats server on port 6080. Here are a few steps to get this working. Ingress needs to be activated in the Helm Values file […]

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Jul 06 2021

ProxySQL Helm Chart ⎈ Load Rules from SQL Query Set

Published by under Docker,Kubernetes,Mysql

ProxySQL is a powerful tool that relays traffic to multiple Mysql backends. Configuration can be set in proxysql.cnf that is loaded when the daemon starts. This is really nice from a Docker perspective. You change the file and redeploy with the new settings. Now, I need a ProxySQL Helm chart to deploy on my Kubernetes […]

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May 07 2021

Nginx Behind Reverse Proxy 301 https to http Redirect When URL has no Trailing Slash

Published by under Nginx

An Nginx web server hosted on Kubernetes was sending back to me permanent 301 http redirects although I was sending https requests. The web server was behind a reverse proxy that was also running Nginx but it would be the same story with haproxy or another. Worst, the reverse proxy was redirecting http requests to […]

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