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Connection Management

Updated at: Apr 08, 2019 16:32


To easily manage RDS, DAS supports connection management for primary/standby instances, single instance, and read replicas. Currently, DAS supports MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases. You can create a connection for DB instances that have been authorized by your account or subaccount on the Connection List page on the DAS console.

  • DAS allows you to access only read replicas. The data can only be viewed.
  • If you edit a primary DB instance or single instance database, RDS automatically synchronizes the changes to the read replica.

Connection List

This part briefly describes operations that can be performed on the DAS management console.

DAS manages the following types of databases:

  • RDS for MySQL and RDS for SQL Server databases
  • MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases on ECSs
Figure 1 Connection management
Table 1 Function description





Creating a connection

Allows you to manage databases by connecting to the created DB instance.


Deleting a connection

Allows you to remove database connections in batches from the connection list.


Filtering connections

Allows you to filter connection information using criteria such as DB instance name, IP address, and status.


Fuzzy search

Allows you to search for database connections by entering instance name, connection address, or remarks.


Connection list

Displays the type of supported database.


Database connection list

Displays the created database connection information in a list and allows you to log in to databases, modify or delete the database connection.

  • An account can manage a maximum of 100 databases.
  • Different accounts can be used to create connections for the same DB instance.

Logging In to DAS

  1. On the DAS login page, enter the account name and password to log in to the DAS management console.

    Figure 2 Login page

  2. Click in the upper left corner and select a region and a project.
  3. Under Database, click Data Admin Service.

    Figure 3 Data Admin Service

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