Installing kubectl-moco

kubectl-moco is a plugin for kubectl to control MySQL clusters of MOCO.

Pre-built binaries are available on GitHub releases for Windows, Linux, and MacOS.

Installing using Krew

Krew is the plugin manager for kubectl command-line tool.

See the documentation for how to install Krew.

$ kubectl krew update
$ kubectl krew install moco

Installing manually

  1. Set OS to the operating system name

    OS is one of linux, windows, or darwin (MacOS).

    If Go is available, OS can be set automatically as follows:

    $ OS=$(go env GOOS)
  2. Set ARCH to the architecture name

    ARCH is one of amd64 or arm64.

    If Go is available, ARCH can be set automatically as follows:

    $ ARCH=$(go env GOARCH)
  3. Set VERSION to the MOCO version

    See the MOCO release page:

    $ VERSION=< The version you want to install >
  4. Download the binary and put it in a directory of your PATH.

    The following is an example to install the plugin in /usr/local/bin.

    $ curl -L -sS${VERSION}/kubectl-moco_${VERSION}_${OS}_${ARCH}.tar.gz \
      | tar xz -C /usr/local/bin kubectl-moco
  5. Check the installation by running kubectl moco -h.

    $ kubectl moco -h
    the utility command for MOCO.
      kubectl-moco [command]
    Available Commands:
      credential  Fetch the credential of a specified user
      help        Help about any command
      mysql       Run mysql command in a specified MySQL instance
      switchover  Switch the primary instance