RDS Supported Database Engine Versions
RDS Database Support
Clumio supports the following database engine versions:
|Snapshots on AWS||Rolling Backups on Clumio||Granular Record Retrieval|
|Aurora PostgreSQL||Compatible with all engine versions.||Compatible with all engine versions.||1.4 or higher †,§|
|Aurora MySQL||Compatible with all engine versions.||Compatible with all engine versions.||
2.04.4 (MySQL 5.7 compatible) or higher †,§
|RDS for MySQL||Compatible with all engine versions.||Compatible with all engine versions.||5.7 or higher|
|RDS for PostgreSQL||Compatible with all engine versions.||Compatible with all engine versions.||10.1§ or higher|
|RDS for MariaDB||Compatible with all engine versions.||Compatible with all engine versions.||10.2 or higher|
|RDS for SQL Server||12 or higher‡||12 or higher||12 or higher|
|RDS for Oracle||Compatible with all editions and engine versions.||Compatible with all editions and engine versions.||All versions supported for Oracle SE2*|
† Aurora Serverless engine mode is currently not supported for Granular Records Retrieval
‡ If the RDS SQL instance is managed under Active Directory, you must manually re-join the instance after recovery.
* We do not support Granular Record Retrieval on any Oracle Enterprise Editions today
* We do not support Rolling Backups and Granular Record Retrieval on RDS Oracle and SQL instances having persistent option groups.
§ PostgreSQL 9.x and 10.x versions of RDS and Aurora do not allow master users access to subordinate databases. This is a known limitation in RDS and Aurora. You need to manually assign the master user the permissions to subordinate databases. Clumio Support can guide you through this process.
From a qualification standpoint, we have tested up to 3 TB for Aurora and 3.5 TB for non-Aurora RDS databases.
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