the test server ruthenium
had a manually installed mysql server which is currently missing after a reinstall since it was not installed via the puppet roles
MySQL data has been imported to s5-master, grant puppetize credentials from the client server.
12:21 < ori> mysql db for parsoid testing -- running on bare metal in prod, but not user-facing, and if data is lost it's not the end of the world 12:22 < ori> where would you prefer it to live (on ruthenium or some other host) and how would you like it configured? 12:23 < subbu> it is a custom db with a fairly simple schema 12:24 < jynus> probably the best thing is to add a ticket with all background- plus requirements in space and load (+predictions of growth) 12:24 < subbu> it holds results from roundtrip tests ... about 300K rows created per test run (which can be a few itmes a week) .. so, over time, it builds up. 12:24 < ori> it's for diffing the output of parsoid and mediawiki 12:24 < subbu> no, also for diffing between test runs of parsoid .. 12:24 < jynus> so not mediawiki production 12:25 < jynus> misc, or something else 12:25 < ori> right 12:25 < subbu> we don't deploy parsoid before we verify tests there. 12:25 < jynus> internal service, basically 12:25 < subbu> visualeditor, content translation flow all depend on parsoid. 12:25 < ori> yep 12:25 < subbu> and mobile content services. 12:25 < subbu> yes, internal service. 12:26 < jynus> please add that (which I already understood), and give an estimation of size and load ,and its growth 12:26 < jynus> and I will give you some options 12:29 < subbu> jynus, i am creating the ticket now, but mutante copied over the entire database that used to reside on ruthenium (prior to reimaging it from ubuntu 12.04 to jessie) if you want to take a look independently. 12:29 < jynus> where? 12:29 < mutante> jynus: root@ruthenium:/mnt/data/mysql# 12:31 < jynus> 145 GB 12:31 < jynus> that is considerable already 12:31 < subbu> jynus, https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-services-parsoid-testreduce/blob/master/server/sql/create_everything.mysql is the schema 12:31 < subbu> we can purge old results periodically. 12:32 < subbu> and keep results from previous 3-6 months ... wihch will keep it contained.