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What Should I Do If an RDS DB Instance Is Abnormal Due to Full Storage Space?

Updated at: Apr 20, 2020 GMT+08:00

You can scale up storage space if it is no longer sufficient for your requirements. If the DB instance is in the Storage full status and data cannot be written to the database, the DB instance will be abnormal, affecting service running.

Solution

  1. As your service data grows, the original storage space may be insufficient. You are advised to scale up storage space.

    For operation details, see Scaling Up Storage Space.

  2. Shorten the local retention period of binlogs.

    For operation details, see Setting a Local Retention Period for MySQL Binlogs.

  3. Process expired data files in a timely manner.
  4. Cloud Eye monitors database metrics, such as the CPU, memory, storage usage, and number of connections, and allows you to set alarm policies to identify risks in advance if any alarms are generated.

    For operation details, see Configuring Displayed Metrics.

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