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2 EDB Ark API Support : 2.1 Resources : 2.1.29 /owners/name/clusters

2.1.29 /owners/name/clusters
Use the /owners/name/clusters resource to retrieve cluster details about all of the clusters that reside within the specified role or group to create a new cluster.
An administrative user can use a POST request that does not include a value in the templateName field; if you are a Template Only user, you must include a value for templateName. If the request includes a template name, the template specified must reside in the current role or group.
If you do not include the networkSecuritySettings parameter when creating or cloning a cluster, a default rule that allows access to port 9999 to all users will be added. A non-administrative user may not add a security rule that opens port 22 for ssh connections.
{
"clusterName": "acctg",
"dbEngine": {

"id": "1"
},
"serverClass": "t2.small",
"vpcid": "vpc-e3ebc586",
"masterPassword": "postgres",
"masterUser": "postgresuser"
}
Note that fromCluster refers to the clusterUuid of the source cluster, and is not a value stored after this call.
To create a cluster from a backup, pass in the same fields, but specify fromBackup instead of fromCluster, and pass in the backup identifier:
Note that fromCluster refers to the clusterUuid of the source cluster, and is not a value stored after this call.
To create a cluster from a backup, pass in the same fields, but specify fromBackup instead of fromCluster, and pass in the backup identifier:
During backup restoration Ark has encountered an error with recoveryPoint parameter formatting, or the specified time precedes the timestamp of the backup.
The specified database engine can't be found or a DbEngine parameter isn't specified.

2 EDB Ark API Support : 2.1 Resources : 2.1.29 /owners/name/clusters

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