Create a DBaaS Grafana service

POST /dbaas-grafana/{name}

Create a DBaaS Grafana service

Path parameters

  • name string Required

    Service name

    Minimum length is 0, maximum length is 63.

Body Required

  • Automatic maintenance settings

    • dow string Required

      Day of week for installing updates

      Values are saturday, tuesday, never, wednesday, sunday, friday, monday, or thursday.

    • time string Required

      Time for installing updates, UTC

      Minimum length is 8, maximum length is 8.

  • plan string Required

    Subscription plan

    Minimum length is 1, maximum length is 128.

  • Service is protected against termination and powering off

  • Service name

    Minimum length is 0, maximum length is 63.

  • Grafana specific settings

  • ip-filter array[string]

    Allowed CIDR address blocks for incoming connections


  • 200 object


    • id string(uuid)

      Operation ID

    • reason string

      Operation failure reason

      Values are incorrect, unknown, unavailable, forbidden, busy, fault, partial, not-found, interrupted, unsupported, or conflict.

    • Related resource reference

      • id string(uuid)

        Reference ID

      • command string

        Command name

    • message string

      Operation message

    • state string

      Operation status

      Values are failure, pending, success, or timeout.

POST /dbaas-grafana/{name}
curl \
 -X POST{name} \
 -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
 -d '{"maintenance":{"dow":"saturday","time":"string"},"plan":"string","termination-protection":true,"fork-from-service":"string","grafana-settings":{},"ip-filter":["string"]}'
Request example
  "maintenance": {
    "dow": "saturday",
    "time": "string"
  "plan": "string",
  "termination-protection": true,
  "fork-from-service": "string",
  "grafana-settings": {},
  "ip-filter": [
Response example (200)
  "id": "string",
  "reason": "incorrect",
  "reference": {
    "id": "string",
    "link": "string",
    "command": "string"
  "message": "string",
  "state": "failure"