This topic describes how to modify a scaling group.
You can modify the attributes of a scaling group based on your actual needs after it is created.
Follow these steps to modify the attributes of a scale group:
- On the Scaling Groups page, click Edit in the Actions column.
- In the Edit Scaling Group dialog box that appears, modify the attributes as needed.
- Enter a name in the Scaling Group Name field.
- Enter a number in the Maximum Instances field.
Note If the specified number exceeds the upper limit, Auto Scaling automatically removes instances to make the number of instances equal to the upper limit.
- Enter a number in the Minimum Instances field.
Note If the specified number drops below the lower limit, Auto Scaling automatically adds instances to make the number of instances equal to the lower limit.
- Enter a number in the Default Cooldown Time (Seconds) field.
Note This parameter specifies the default scaling activity cooldown time. For more information, see Cool-down time.
- Configure a Removal Policy.
Note This parameter specifies the policy to remove instances when the number of instances in a scaling group exceeds the upper limit. For more information, see Removal policies.
- Select an Instance Configuration Source.
- (Optional) Once selected, you cannot modify the Network Type of the scaling group. If the Network Type of the scaling group that you need to modify is VPC, then you can change the VSwitch. However, you cannot change the Multi-Zone Scaling Policy or the Reclaim Mode .
- (Optional) Select SLB Instances.
Note A scaling group can be associated with up to five SLB instances at the same time. You can also select the default server group or VServer group(s) of a SLB instance for the scaling group. You can select up to five VServer groups for a scaling group at the same time. For more information, see Use Server Load Balancer (SLB) in Auto Scaling.
- (Optional) Select RDS Instances. Currently, only RDS databases are supported.
Note You can only add RDS instances that are in the same region where the scaling group is created. After ECS instances are added to the scaling group, Auto Scaling automatically adds the internal IP addresses of the ECS instances to the RDS whitelist to allow internal communication between the ECS and the RDS instances.