[scale-infra] Amazon Aurora MySQL 1 (with MySQL 5.6 compatibility) will reach end of life on February 28, 2023 [AWS Account: 355993445259] [US-EAST-1]
ilan at linuxfests.org
Fri Feb 24 09:35:25 UTC 2023
(as a non-list member I dont get replies if you're not replying to me as
the upgrade will resulted in a 10 minute outage for reg.
The way to work around it is clone the DB and cut over seems to be spin up
a new cluster thats upgraded, cut over, kill old cluster.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2023 at 4:31 AM Ilan Rabinovitch <ilan at linuxfests.org>
> We really dont want the website down during or leading up to SCALE.
> Let me know if I need to grab this.
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> Date: Fri, Feb 24, 2023 at 4:29 AM
> Subject: Amazon Aurora MySQL 1 (with MySQL 5.6 compatibility) will reach
> end of life on February 28, 2023 [AWS Account: 355993445259] [US-EAST-1]
> To: <ilan at linuxfests.org>
> You are receiving this message because you have one or more Amazon Aurora
> MySQL clusters running a version of Aurora MySQL 1 (with MySQL 5.6
> compatibility) in the US-EAST-1 Region.
> Amazon Aurora MySQL 1 (with MySQL 5.6 compatibility) will reach end of
> life on February 28, 2023. We are providing you with a one week notice so
> you have sufficient time to upgrade your database cluster(s). You can find
> additional information needed to plan your upgrade including a detailed
> timeline with milestones in the 'Preparing for Amazon Aurora
> MySQL-Compatible Edition version 1 end of life' documentation .
> Clusters that are running these deprecated engine versions after March 1,
> 2023 will be upgraded on your behalf within a maintenance window after
> March 1, 2023. The major version upgrade will start within your maintenance
> window and typically finish within that timeframe. Depending on the cluster
> and the database activity at the time, the upgrade process may extend
> beyond the maintenance window. For more information, please refer to the
> Amazon RDS maintenance window .
> The clusters we identified as affected are listed in your 'Affected
> resources' tab of your AWS Health Dashboard. You may also find clusters
> affected by this deprecation notice by utilizing the 'Finding clusters
> affected by this end-of-life process' guide .
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