A workaround of adding custom container to KubeDB managed Databases

Add custom containers in KubeDB managed Database Let’s assume you have a KubeDB managed Database deployed in your Kubernetes environment. Now, You want to inject a sidecar container in the database StatefulSet in order to extend and enhance the functionality of existing containers. Currently, KubeDB doesn’t have support for custom container insertion yet. We will discuss a workaround to run a custom container along with the managed-containers. Suppose, you are running a KubeDB-managed MySQL database, and you need to monitor the general query logs.


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