You can reconfigure an existing database, for example, by changing the resource settings.

You can only reconfigure existing databases.

Use an HTTP PUT call to reconfigure the database.

PUT https://example.aurora.com/datadirector/api/database/28
Content-type : application/json
Authorization : Basic YWRtaW5AYXVyb3JhLnZtd2FyZS5jb206Y2xvdWRibXM=
Accept : application/json

{
  "description": "RestApiExample: reconfigure database",
  "resourceSetting": {
     "resourceConfig": {
        "cpuReservationMHz": 0,
        "highAvailabilityEnabled": false,
        "memoryMb": 3000,
        "memoryReservationMb": 0,
        "priority": "Automatic",
        "storageGb": 10,
        "swapstorageMb": 4500,
        "vCpuNumber": 1
     }
  },
  "restartIfNeeded": true
}

The response the system returns might look as follows.

content-length : 0
location : https://example.aurora.com/datadirector/api/task/29

202 Accepted