UpdateTable updates the reserved read or write throughput settings of the specified table. New settings take effect within one minute of a successful update.

Request structure:

message UpdateTableRequest {
    required string table_name = 1;
    optional ReservedThroughput reserved_throughput = 2;
    optional TableOptions table_options = 3;
    optional StreamSpecification stream_spec = 4;
}
table_name:
  • Type: String

  • Required parameter: Yes

  • The name of the table for which the reserved read/write throughput settings are to be modified.

reserved_throughput:
  • Type: ReservedThroughput

  • Required parameter: Yes

  • The reserved read/write throughput settings to be modified for the table. These settings take effect within one minute.

  • You may modify the table’s reserved read/write throughput settings as required.

  • In capacity_unit, read and write must at least have a non-null value. Otherwise, the request fails and an error is returned.

table_options:
  • Type: TableOptions

  • Required parameter: Yes

  • Sets TimeToLive and MaxVersions.

StreamSpecification
  • Type: StreamSpecification

  • Required parameter: No

  • Specifies whether to enable Stream-related attributes.

Response message structure:

message UpdateTableResponse {
    required ReservedThroughputDetails reserved_throughput_details = 1;
    required TableOptions table_options = 2;
}
capacity_unit_details:
  • Type: ReservedThroughputDetails

  • After the update, in addition to containing the current reserved read/write throughput settings, the table’s reserved read/write throughput settings information also contains the time these settings were last updated and the number of times they have been lowered for the current date.

Note:
  • The minimum time interval between adjustments to a table’s reserved read/write throughput is two minutes. If the current UpdateTable operation is requested within two minutes of the previous operation, it is rejected.

  • A table’s reserved read/write throughput can be raised or lowered an unlimited number of times within a single day (from 00:00:00 to 00:00:00 the next day in UTC time).

table_options:
  • Type: TableOptions

  • The latest value of the table_options parameter after the modification.