I've setup replication and failover with MySQL Fabric, and everything it's working fine; now I need to give access to the personal that access the database, I'm trying to use MySQL Router, but in every documentation and manual I've found on internet so far, I need to start MySQL router with
So my server prompts for the password of the admin user of Fabric; when I do that, it starts fine; but I can't figure out how to start it and leave it running in background, so I can disconnect the session and Router keeps running. I found in the Changelog of MySQL Router (https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql-router/en/mysql-router-news-2-0-2.html):
The configuration file no longer accepts a password for the Fabric Cache plugin. Instead, MySQL Router prompts for the password at startup.
So I don't know if there is no way to keep it running... Has anyone managed to do this? Or is there another way to connect in a transparent form via MySQL Yog or DBeaver to MySQL Fabric?