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Edit (Data Store Configuration)

Description

This operation updates the resource allocation (cpuMin, cpuMax, memoryMin, and memoryMax) for only the relational data store. Once complete, the updates will be reflected on the config resource page.

Note:

The organization will be set to read-only mode while updates complete. It's recommended that you perform this operation during system maintenance periods. Upon completion, the organization will be reverted to a read-write state. Updates made using this operation will be applied to both the primary and standby relational data stores.

Request parameters

ParameterDetails
config

A JSON object containing the currently configured resource allocation for the relational data store. Currently, this operation only supports updating the values for cpuMin, cpuMax, memMax, and memMin.

Note:

The value for numOfStandby must always be 1. As well, this property must be included in the JSON object.


config={
  "deployment": {
    "numOfStandby": 1,
    "resources": {
      "cpuMin": "1",
      "cpuMax": "5",
      "memMax": "8Gi",
      "memMin": "2Gi"
    }
  }
}
async

This parameter specifies whether the operation will run synchronously or asynchronously. If false, the operation is run synchronously. If true, the operation is run asynchronously and the response returns a JSON object containing job information that can be used to track the job's status. The default value is false.

Values: true | false

f

The response format. The default format is html.

Values: html | json | pjson

Example usage

The following is a sample POST request for the edit operation, formatted for readability:


POST /context/admin/admin/data/b15a6a4d41324cf9a1f0375ab46a4da3/config/edit HTTP/1.1
Host: organization.domain.com
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: []

config={
  "deployment": {
    "numOfStandby": 1,
    "resources": {
      "cpuMin": "1",
      "cpuMax": "5",
      "memMax": "8Gi",
      "memMin": "2Gi"
    }
  }
}&async=false&f=pjson&token=B4SGXu8PifZbfOJxpbr-i3X66FvpOuDtp4UdaBqmodRHAxxI-El280UH26TsC9YBct-6TJ_6wYH8iJB39SCwJIB6Vl8_DXmhvROZxjWMk_boLq6J-hurAvVdsOwYLlE7uy7j5t7lpQBAOqvnXS1lxGCy1vwnr3OPLoKmOWY8S8dxP1ZNrRx_SlTSfshlnMP7yoYIArLIylO0Gga9gcyDa3DYsDeTKU8uKbkUQ6LEwo93g1cU9zAxFnxhlBdHw-9U

JSON Response example

If async is false, the following response is returned:

{"status": "success"}

If async is true, the following response is returned. The value returned for jobsUrl can be used to access the job resource to track a job's status after it's been submitted. For more information, see the Job resource topic.


{
  "jobsUrl": "https://organization.domain.com/context/admin/jobs/ja2ca1a35-881c-400c-a49a-b26883002d6c",
  "jobID": "ja2ca1a35-881c-400c-a49a-b26883002d6c",
  "jobStatus": "SUBMITTED"
}