MySQL

MySQL is a very common database server. You can easily add it to your Lando app by adding an entry to the services key in your app's .lando.yml.

Supported versions

Be Careful Switching Database type, version or credentials

You should be careful switching database types, versions or credentials. In the case of type and version the underlying database files between these things may not be compatible. Ignoring this warning can cause your database service to not start correctly!!! In the case of credentials, these are set when the container is initially created so in order to change them you need to lando destroy && lando start. Note that lando destroy will delete all the data in your database.

You can read more about this here

Example

# The name of the app
name: mysql

# Give me http://mysql.lndo.site and https://mysql.lndo.site
proxy:
  appserver:
    - mysql.lndo.site

# Set up my services
services:

  # Set up a basic webserver running the latest nginx with ssl turned on
  appserver:
    type: nginx
    ssl: true
    webroot: www

  # Spin up a mariadb container called "database"
  # NOTE: "database" is arbitrary, you could just as well call this "db" or "kanye"
  database:

    # Use the latest version of mysql
    type: mysql

    # Optionally forward out our port so we can access it at `localhost:someport`.
    # This port will change every time you restart this app
    #
    # You can also set this to a static port you want to use `portforward:3311`.
    # You will need to make sure the port is open and available
    portforward: true

    # Optionally change the default db credentials
    #
    # Note: You will need to `lando destroy && lando start` to change these if you've
    # already started your app
    # See: https://docs.devwithlando.io/tutorials/lando-info.html
    # creds:
      # user: mysql
      # password: mysql
      # database: mysql

    # Optionally load in all the mysql config files in the config directory
    # This is relative to the app root
    # NOTE: these files need to end in .cnf
    # config:
    #  confd: config

You will need to rebuild your app with lando rebuild to apply the changes to this file. You can check out the full code for this example over here.

Getting information

You can get connection and credential information about your database by running lando info from inside your app.

# Navigate to the app
cd /path/to/app

# Get info (app needs to be running to get this)
lando info

{
  "appserver": {
    "type": "nginx",
    "version": "latest",
    "urls": [
      "https://localhost:32808",
      "http://localhost:32809",
      "http://mysql.lndo.site",
      "https://mysql.lndo.site"
    ]
  },
  "db": {
    "type": "mysql",
    "version": "latest",
    "creds": {
      "user": "mysql",
      "password": "password",
      "database": "database"
    },
    "internal_connection": {
      "host": "db",
      "port": 3306
    },
    "external_connection": {
      "host": "localhost",
      "port": true
    }
  }
}

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