Start and Stop All Clusters
A database is considered stopped when all of its clusters are stopped, and is considered running when the MAIN cluster is running. You can start or stop all clusters for a database at once.
To prevent unwanted charges, make sure to stop all clusters when they are not needed. By default, all clusters are automatically stopped after being idle for two hours. For more information and to change the auto-stop time, see Change Auto-Stop Settings.
Start All Clusters
Follow these steps to start all the stopped clusters for a database:
- In the web console, click Databases.
- Click on the desired database and click Start all clusters.
- It takes a few minutes for the database and all its clusters to start, and the status changes to Running.
Stop All Clusters
Follow these steps to stop all the clusters for a database and subsequently stop the database: