You can call the CancelDeletion operation to restore the released Elasticsearch instance that is frozen.

Debugging

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Request header

This operation uses only common request headers. For more information, see Common parameters.

Request syntax

POST /openapi/instances/[InstanceId]/actions/cancel-deletion HTTP/1.1 

Request parameters

Parameter Type Position Required Example Description
InstanceId String Path Yes es-cn-z2q1wk6z00007****

The ID of the instance.

clientToken String Query No 5A2CFF0E-5718-45B5-9D4D-70B3FF****

A unique token generated by the client to guarantee the idempotency of the request. You can use the client to generate the value, but you must ensure that it is unique among different requests. The token can contain only ASCII characters and cannot exceed 64 characters in length.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String D682B6B3-B425-46DA-A5FC-5F5C60553622

The ID of the request.

Result Boolean true

Indicates whether the restoration of the instance is successful. Valid values:

  • true
  • false

Examples

Sample requests

POST /openapi/instances/es-cn-z2q1wk6z00007****/actions/cancel-deletion HTTP/1.1 
common request header 

Sample success responses

XML format

<Result>true</Result>
<RequestId>D682B6B3-B425-46DA-A5FC-5F5C60553622</RequestId>

JSON Syntax

{
  "Result": true,
  "RequestId": "D682B6B3-B425-46DA-A5FC-5F5C60553622"
}

Error codes

HttpCode Error code Error message Description
400 InstanceNotFound The instanceId provided does not exist. The error message returned because the instance cannot be found. Check the status of the instance.