This page describes the cluster management and cluster deletion workflows for CockroachDB Serverless.
View Clusters page
On logging in to the CockroachDB Cloud Console, the Clusters page is displayed. The Clusters page provides a high-level view of your clusters.
For each cluster, the following details display:
- The cluster's Name
- The cluster's Plan type, either Serverless or Dedicated
- The date and time the cluster was Created
- The cluster's current State
- The cluster's cloud provider, either GCP or AWS
- The Version of CockroachDB the cluster is running
- The Action button, which is used to:
To view and manage a specific cluster, click the name of the cluster. The Overview page will display.
View cluster overview
The Overview page displays details about the selected CockroachDB Serverless cluster:
- The Cluster settings section, including Cloud provider, Plan type, and Regions
- The Usage this month section, including the Resource limits, Storage, and Request Units
- The cluster's Current activity
- Time-series graphs of the cluster's Storage usage, Request Units, and SQL statements
For more information, see Cluster Overview Page.
Estimate usage cost
This feature is not available if your organization is billed through Credits.
The monthly cost estimate is calculated using simple extrapolation that assumes your workload during the selected time frame is an accurate representation of your workload over the month. If you haven't been running a workload for at least the length of the selected time frame, your results will be inaccurate.
- In the Usage this month section of your cluster's Overview page, click Estimate usage cost.
Select a time frame in which your workload was active.
Your used RUs, used storage, and spend from the selected time frame will be shown along with your monthly cost estimate. The spend and cost estimate do not account for the free resources granted to every organization, which you would have to use up before being charged.
Edit your resource limits
You can edit your resource limits from the Overview page. The change in your resource limits will affect current and upcoming billing cycles. See Planning your cluster for more information on resource usage.
- Navigate to the Overview page for the cluster you want to edit.
Click the pencil icon (or Add resource limits if you haven't set one before) next to your Resource limits in the Usage this month section.
You will be taken to the Edit cluster page, which shows a graph of your cluster's Recommended budget compared to your current budget.
Enter new Resource limits.
Create a database
You can use the Databases page to create a new database from the CockroachDB Cloud Console.
- Select your cluster to navigate to the cluster Overview page.
- Click Databases in the Data section of the left side navigation.
- Click Add database.
- Enter a name for the new database.
- Click Create.
Restore data from a backup
Use the Managed-Service Backups to restore your cluster from automatic full cluster backups.
You can also back up and restore your CockroachDB Serverless cluster manually. You can take backups locally to
userfile or back up to cloud storage.
Deleting a cluster will delete all cluster data.
Free CockroachDB Serverless clusters are subject to deletion after 6 months of no activity.
Proceed with the following steps only if you are sure you want to delete a cluster:
- Navigate to the Overview page for the cluster you want to delete.
- Click the Actions button in the top right corner.
- Select Delete cluster.
- In the confirmation window, enter the name of the cluster.
- Click Delete.