Migrate from aws rds aurora postgres engine to regular rds postgres

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Due to high i/o cost we want to migrate from aurora(Postgres engine) to Postgres. Is there any way to do this. If no is rebuilding the entire dataset is the only option?
Feb 17 in AWS by Rahul
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There are a couple of options you can look into for migration.

Use AWS Database Migration Service to use Aurora postgres SQL as source and Postgre(RDS or any other) as target.

Test setting up Aurora logical representation from Aurora PostgreSQL to move data changes.
answered Feb 17 by anonymous

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