Modifying an Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster - Amazon Aurora

Modifying an Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster

Amazon Aurora Serverless v2 with MySQL compatibility is in preview release and is subject to change. Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) is not covered by the Amazon RDS service level agreement (SLA). Don't use Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) for production databases. All resources and data will be deleted when the preview ends.

You can change configuration settings for your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster at any time, such as to do the following:

  • Change your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster name.

  • Turn on (or off) deletion protection for your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster.

  • Modify your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster's capacity settings.

  • Modify Additional configuration settings, such as choosing a custom DB cluster parameter group.

The only configuration option that you can't change for Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster is its virtual private cloud (VPC) that you chose when you created it.

Use the following procedure to modify your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster's configuration by using the console.

To modify the configuration of your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster

  1. Sign in to the preview using the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon RDS console.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose DB clusters.

  3. Choose your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster from the list.

    
            Screenshot of modifying DB cluster capacity, choosing the DB cluster

The configuration settings for your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster appear. Now you can change your cluster's name, password, credentials, and other settings.

Modifying Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster capacity

Currently, you can modify the capacity of your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB clusters with the console only.

To modify the capacity of your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster

  1. Sign in to the preview using the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon RDS console.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose DB Clusters.

  3. Choose your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster from the list, and then choose Modify to open its configuration.

    
              Screenshot of modifying DB cluster capacity, changing capacity
  4. For Capacity settings, change the minimum number of ACUs or the maximum number of ACUs that you now want for your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster.

  5. Choose Continue. The Summary of modifications appears.

    
              Screenshot of modifying DB cluster capacity, summary of changes
  6. Choose Modify cluster to accept the summary of modifications. You can also choose Back to modify your changes or Cancel to discard your changes.

To learn more about ACUs and scaling for Aurora Serverless v2 (preview), see Instant autoscaling.

Modifying your DB cluster to use a custom DB cluster parameter group

To use a custom DB cluster parameter group after your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) is running, modify your existing Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster.

Before you can use the following procedure, your custom DB cluster parameter group must exist. To learn how to create a custom DB cluster parameter group, see Parameter groups and Aurora Serverless v1.

To modify your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster to use a custom DB cluster parameter group

  1. Sign in to the preview using the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon RDS console.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose DB Clusters.

  3. Choose your Aurora Serverless v2 (preview) DB cluster from the list, and then choose Modify.

  4. Under Additional configuration, choose your custom DB cluster parameter group.

    
              Using a custom DB cluster parameter group
  5. Choose Continue. The Summary of modifications page appears.

  6. Choose Modify cluster to accept the summary of modifications. Or choose Back to modify your changes or Cancel to discard your changes.

To learn more about creating custom DB cluster parameter groups, see Parameter groups and Aurora Serverless v1.