/etc/my.cnf Enables "general_log" on BDA/BDCS Cluster Hosts without MySQL Master or MySQL Slave Roles
(Doc ID 2633574.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 29, 2020
Applies to:Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.10.0 and later
It is observed that "general_log" is enabled on BDA/BDCS cluster hosts without MySQL Master or MySQL Slave roles.
For example "cat /etc/my.cnf | grep general_log" reports output like below. In the example here the MySQL Master role resides on Node 3 and the MySQL Slave role resides on Node 2 as per the BDA default configuration.
What this means is that:
- "general_log" is disabled on the MySQL Master and the MySQL Slave.
- "general_log" is enabled on all other hosts.
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