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Returning Cluster

Last updated: 2024-06-28 11:31:37


    You can delete a TDMQ for Apache Pulsar cluster when it is no longer needed.
    The lifetime of a TDMQ for Apache Pulsar cluster refers to the states a cluster goes through from startup to release. By managing the cluster reasonably from startup to deletion, you can ensure that applications running on the cluster can provide services efficiently and economically. The cluster has the following statuses:
    Intermediate status
    After the cluster is created, it enters the status before running.
    Steady status
    The cluster is in a normal operating status, indicating that the condition of your nodes, disk utilization rate, and other metrics are all within the normal range.
    Intermediate status
    The cluster is being deleted through the console or API.
    Intermediate status
    The cluster is overdue and has entered a 7-day isolation period. Instances in isolation cannot produce or consume, and data and configurations saved within the cluster will not be deleted.
    Provisioning Failed
    Intermediate status
    You have purchased a cluster through the console or API and the charge was successful, but the cluster allocation failed. In this case, contact us.
    Deletion Failed
    Steady status
    The cluster was manually deleted or not renewed within 7 days of its expiration, resulting in TDMQ for Apache Pulsar failing to release resources.


    Manual Deletion

    For clusters that have not yet expired, you can choose to manually delete them. The steps are as follows:
    2. In the left sidebar, choose Pulsar > Cluster Management. On the cluster management page, click the operation column's More> Return.
    3. In the instance termination confirmation pop-up, check the Refund Information, and click Return to delete the cluster.
    After termination, all data will be cleared and cannot be recovered. Backup data in advance.

    Automatic Deletion upon Expiration/Overdue

    After an instance expires/is overdue, it can be retained in the console for up to 7 calendar days. If you complete the renewal within 7 days after expiry, you can continue to use it. For more details, see Payment Overdue.
    If you do not renew your TDMQ for Apache Pulsar cluster within 7 days (including the 7th day) of its expiration, the system will start releasing resources at midnight on the 8th day after expiration. The data in the expired instances will be cleared and cannot be recovered.
    Clusters in a quarantined state cannot produce or consume, but the data and configurations saved within the cluster will not be deleted.
    For clusters in a quarantined state within 7 days, you can go to the cluster list page in the console, and click Renew in the operation column. Once the renewal is successful, the cluster will return to a running state and can be used normally.
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