Deleting a DB System
You can delete a DB system permanently.
- Deleting a DB system permanently deletes the automatic backups associated with it. However, if you have selected Retains automatic backups in the Deletion Plan tab, your automatic backups are retained.
- The manual backups are retained for the defined retention period.
- If you have selected Require final backup in the Deletion Plan tab, a final backup is created before deleting the DB system.
Using the Console
Use the Console to delete a DB system permanently.
- Open the navigation menu, and select Databases. Under MySQL, click DB Systems.
- Choose your compartment from the List Scope.
- (Optional) If you have enabled Delete Protected on your DB system, click the name of the DB system to open the DB System Details page. Under Deletion Plan, click Disable present in front of the Delete Protected field.
- In the list of DB systems, find the DB system you want to delete, and do one of
- Choose the DB system by selecting the check box, and click the Actions button at the top of the page.
- Click the Actions menu present on the same line as your DB system.
- Click the name of the DB system to open the DB System Details page, ánd click the More Actions button present at the top of the page.
- Click Delete.
- In the Delete DB Systems dialog box, select the Delete DB Systems permanently check box, and click Delete DB Systems.
When you delete a DB system, you can see the deleted DB system in the list of DB systems for 90 days. However, you cannot start the deleted DB system again.