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#!/bin/bash
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# Apply env variables to config file and start the regular command
CONF_FILE=$1
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "Error: Failed to apply changes to config file"
exit 1
fi
DOMAIN=`hostname -d`
# Generate list of servers and detect the current server ID,
# based on the hostname
IDX=1
for SERVER in $(echo $ZOOKEEPER_SERVERS | tr "," "\n")
do
echo "server.$IDX=$SERVER.$DOMAIN:2888:3888" >> $CONF_FILE
if [ "$HOSTNAME" == "$SERVER" ]; then
MY_ID=$IDX
echo "Current server id $MY_ID"
fi
((IDX++))
done
# For ZooKeeper container we need to initialize the ZK id
if [ ! -z "$MY_ID" ]; then
# Get ZK data dir
DATA_DIR=`grep '^dataDir=' $CONF_FILE | awk -F= '{print $2}'`
if [ ! -e $DATA_DIR/myid ]; then
echo "Creating $DATA_DIR/myid with id = $MY_ID"
mkdir -p $DATA_DIR
echo $MY_ID > $DATA_DIR/myid
fi
fi