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Seems pretty straightforward, the tail of your stack trace reads:

2016-12-27 05:36:27.063 1333 ERROR root Command: sudo find /etc/mysql/conf.d/ -noleaf -type f -regextype posix-extended -regex .*/.+-([0-9]+)-.+\.cnf$$
2016-12-27 05:36:27.063 1333 ERROR root Exit code: 1
2016-12-27 05:36:27.063 1333 ERROR root Stdout: u''
2016-12-27 05:36:27.063 1333 ERROR root Stderr: 'find: \xe2\x80\x98/etc/mysql/conf.d/\xe2\x80\x99: No such file or directory\n'
2016-12-27 05:36:27.063 1333 ERROR root

which indicates that for some reason the guest is looking for configuration in that location and not finding it. Why? That could depend on any number of things. But, if my memory serves me correctly, trove doesn't provide elements for MariaDB/CentOS so I'd begin by looking at those and figuring out what was going on there.