Can not get into maintenance mode
After I checked, I decided to run ``./shutdown.sh
Next, I found this error :
ERROR com.inversoft.maintenance.db.JDBCMaintenanceModeDatabaseService - No [MySQL] Driver found. The [Connector/J jar] may be missing or not be accessible.
How should I fix this ?
Pardon me, would you mind helping this issue @dan ?... Otherwise, could you please give me a documentation link that cover this ? Thank you..
robotdan last edited by
We cannot ship the MySQL due to licensing restrictions. This means we have to download it once you select MySQL, and outbound network access is required to download the correct MySQL connector.
Ensure you have allowed for outbound network access, or if you must air gap the installation, ensure you have copied the MySQL JDBC connector into the correct location.
If you are running Docker, here is an example to package the driver.
dan last edited by
@marcasellkhelaifi I hope Dan's answer helps. Just to be clear, here are our technical support guidelines: https://fusionauth.io/technical-support/ We want to be super transparent about what we commit to.
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Thanks for helping out @robotdan .
I have installed MySQL/J connector. Then I got an error saying :
The database and schema exist, but for some reason the ordinary user you specified cannot connect to it. Perhaps the user already existed and you provided the wrong password. The error from the database was [Communications link failure The last packet sent successfully to the server was 0 milliseconds ago. The driver has not received any packets from the server.]..
This is how Maintenance Mode Database Configuration looks :
I once provided a user credentials with superuser privileges but it still did not work and got the same error. Could you please give a clue ? Thank you...
joshua last edited by
Thank you @joshua , I will continue this thread in that post.
This issue, in my opinion, has been resolved in this thread : https://fusionauth.io/community/forum/topic/1086/how-may-i-see-the-name-of-database-created-used-by-fusionauth-in-local-mysql?_=1623774571813.
If anyone has the same issue, I hope it will be helpful. Thank you.