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How to Cleanup Resources in Cloud Database Services?

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How to Cleanup Resources in Cloud Database Services?

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These steps will help you to remove the resource types listed below:

  • Database clusters
  • Snapshot or Backup (Automated and Manual)

 

Note: If you have different teams which have created clusters, please make sure to remove the clusters from all the teams.

 

Steps:

 

  1. Please select your region from the CDS Portal and select the region from where you would like to delete clusters.

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  2. Under Dashboard (sub-section: Resources) you will be able to see all the information regarding database clusters, snapshots, and volumes.

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  3. To remove database clusters please click on Instances and it will redirect you to the Clusters tab. You can also click on the Clusters tab directly to see all your running clusters.

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  4. Select the database cluster name you would like to delete and click on the Delete icon which is located at the left bottom.

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  5. Please reconfirm deletion of the cluster

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  6. In the Dashboard tab, now you can see that instance count shows as zero and all volumes have also been removed.

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  7. To delete snapshots you can either go to Dashboard>Resources section>Snapshots (which will lead to Backup tab) or click on the Backups tab directly.

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  8. Select the snapshot ID and click on the Delete Backup icon.

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  9. Please confirm the deletion of the cluster by hitting Delete.

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  10. You can also verify in the Dashboard that there are no resources running.

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I hope this is helpful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to send an email to cds-help@enterprisedb.com

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