When running Confluence on AWS Aurora i am getting this error
Your innodb_log_file_size of 50,331,648 is too small. You should increase innodb_log_file_size to 256M.
Aurora does not allow to change this parameter.
First, is it a real problem? What could be the consequences?
Second, is there any workaround, e.g. connection string suffix or so?
Followup on this question, has anybody actually had a problem using confluence on Aurora? The reason I ask this is that since the db engine behind the scenes isn't actually innodb, but a customized version of innodb for Aurora, there may not actually be an issue with the "size" of the innodb log, as it may not behave the same way. This may simply be a placeholder value that Aurora is reporting to applications that ask, and thus why the value isn't something you can change. I don't know if this is the case, but anybody reporting if this actually IS an issue, vs. one confluence simply reports as an issue would be nice.
I installed Confluence with Aurora for MySQL, and upped the max packet size to 256, and was able to install the draw.io addon, and everything is working fine, including after a restart. This may be an issue that has been resolved at some point, or I just haven't stumbled on an addon that is large enough to cause a problem.
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