Known issue: WordPress using MySQL cluster broken

This blog post is to inform all Azure users that the template  WordPress using MySQL replication cluster is currently broken due to a bug and we are temporarily removing the template until it is fixed. Please do not deploy the template from Marketplace.

If you want to deploy a site with the same scenario , I recommend click on the button below to deploy a working template . 

This template is being installed from Azure quick start templates repository . It is deploys WordPress backed by a MySQL ( master -slave ) cluster . Please check back to this blog post for update on an update to the template in the Azure marketplace.

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5 thoughts on “Known issue: WordPress using MySQL cluster broken

  1. Is there any ETA on getting this template back up & running?
    The deployment link you provided — is there any difference between that, and the template that’s down for maintenance?

    Thanks!

    1. There are some improvements with the new templates that is missing from the template in the portal. The current ETA for the template to fixed and deployed in the portal is 6/30

      1. Cool, thanks! And are there any issues with the previously-deployed MySQL clusters, or is this just a bug with the “deployment” itself? As in, if I have an existing one I deployed a month or so ago, there aren’t any issues with continuing to use it?

      2. Just wanted to follow up — will this template be back to Azure at some point?

        Also, are there any issues with the previously-deployed MySQL clusters, or is this just a bug with the “deployment” itself? As in, if I have an existing one I deployed a month or so ago, there aren’t any issues with continuing to use it?

        Thanks!

  2. Just wanted to follow up — will this template be back to Azure at some point?

    Also, are there any issues with the previously-deployed MySQL clusters, or is this just a bug with the “deployment” itself? As in, if I have an existing one I deployed a month or so ago, there aren’t any issues with continuing to use it?

    Thanks!

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