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Trigger DB Cluster Failover

Attack

Attack

Triggers DB cluster failover by promoting a standby instance to primary
Targets:
RDS clusters
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Trigger DB Cluster Failover

Triggers DB cluster failover by promoting a standby instance to primary
Attack

Attack

Targets:
RDS clusters
Install now

Trigger DB Cluster Failover

Attack

Attack

Triggers DB cluster failover by promoting a standby instance to primary
Targets:
RDS clusters
Install now

Trigger DB Cluster Failover

Triggers DB cluster failover by promoting a standby instance to primary
Attack

Attack

Targets:
RDS clusters
Install now
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Introduction

This action leverages AWS EC2 API to trigger a RDS Cluster failover. This is done by promoting a replica to the primary instance.

Use Cases

  • Understand how a service behaves when the database is performing a failover
  • Understand the performance impact when the database performs a failover, e.g., cold caches.

Rollback

Note that this attack does not support any rollback. The attack triggers the reboot via API. The failover can't be canceled.

Parameters

No parameters.

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Tags
AWS
Cloud
Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_aws
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit


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