Aurora event You may want to increase the provisioned storage



I don't have a support agreement with AWS so am unable to raise a ticket with them.
Currently suffering from an aurora database complaining about no disk space so i'm guessing it's local storage has filled up?
What are my options? Resize the instance to a larger size and hope that fixes it?


asked 3 years ago418 views
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So I got out of this jam by:

Changed the instance type of the cluster read instance to the next size up (as localstorage is dictated by instance type)
Failed over the write node - now the resized read instance becomes the writer. We can now write to the database.
Create a new read replica at the correct instance type and wait for it to complete creating
Delete the old, local disk full replica.

answered 3 years ago

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