The command which fails is
sudo apt install default-mysql-client
Any luck resolving this? I’m having a similar problem.
I’ve included the --fix-missing flag. It worked for some time and now the same exception again.
The command is
sudo apt install default-mysql-client --fix-missing
If you’re using the
circleci/mysql:5.7 image mentioned in the title, I have two notes.
- This image isn’t designed to be run directly and the primary image, but as service image.
- This image already includes
mysql-client. There’s no need to install it.
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