Hello, The Aurora Postgresql (RDS) instances creat...
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Hello, The Aurora Postgresql (RDS) instances created by our company’s standard process has separate read/write instances and separate users for read & write. And different endpoints for read & write. Can this be supported by Flyte? I understand Flyte works with a single postgresql instance with a single endpoint.
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database: flyte_any
schema: flyte_any
read users: flyte_any_read
write user: flyte_any_write
schema change migrations user: flyte_any_migrations
read endpoint: flyte-any-aurpg-virginia-dev-v1-1.cnssohswqu7e.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com write endpoint: flyte-any-aurpg-virginia-dev-v1-2.cnssohswqu7e.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com Will supplying just the write endpoint and write user in flyte helm chart work?
@Frank Shen I'm not sure Flyte support this model right now. If you supply the write endpoint and write user on the chart, I think Flyte will use the same parameters to read from the DB cc @Eduardo Apolinario (eapolinario)
Hi @David Espejo (he/him), I should try that. Thanks!