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DROP RESOURCE POOL
Drop the specified resource pool.
DROP RESOURCE POOL pool_name
pool_name: The name of a resource pool.
SUPERprivileges are required for dropping a resource pool.
Open connections to a database are assigned to a specific resource pool (or
default_pool if no other pool is selected). Before dropping a resource pool, you should set
resource_pool to another value; otherwise only DDL commands can be run from those connections until a new
resource_pool value has been set.
You cannot drop the
default_pool resource pool. You also cannot drop a pool that is the default startup pool for a user.
This command must be run on the master aggregator (see Node Requirements for MemSQL Commands).
For more information about using resource pools to specify resource limits, see Setting Resource Limits.
This example sets the current resource pool to a different value before dropping it.
mysql> SET resource_pool = default_pool; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) mysql> DROP RESOURCE POOL test_pool; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.01 sec) mysql> select @@resource_pool; +-----------------+ | @@resource_pool | +-----------------+ | default_pool | +-----------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec)