The network bandwidth required by different instance specifications differ. If the traffic exceeds the bandwidth cap, it may cause congestion and affect the service performance. For example, to handle business traffic peaks during flash sales, or to eliminate the impact of the bandwidth limit when a lot of big key reads and writes occur temporarily, you can quickly increase the instance bandwidth so as to avoid affecting the business.
Increasing the bandwidth is free of charge currently and will be billed in the future.
Increasing the bandwidth will not affect your business, but reducing the bandwidth may cause throttling of the traffic that exceeds the bandwidth.
|Instance Name||Instance name.|
|Instance Specs||Instance specification: Shard quantity, memory, and replica quantity.|
|Read-Only Replica||Read-only replica status.|
|Standard Bandwidth||Bandwidth per (master or replica) node in the instance|
|Additional Bandwidth||Select the additional bandwidth on the slider bar.|
|Total Instance Bandwidth||Total instance bandwidth = additional bandwidth x shard quantity + standard bandwidth x shard quantity x （master node quantity + read-only replica node quantity）. The shard quantity under the standard architecture is one, and the replica quantity is the sum of the number of master nodes and the number of replica nodes.|
|Total Fees||Free of charge currently.|
|ModifyNetworkConfig||Adjusts the instance network configuration to modify bandwidth|