I have a Django web app running on a basic web service ($10/mo). Along with that, I have deployed a static web app and a dev database ($7/mo). I also have a managed PostgreSQL database running ($15/mo).
I followed this tutorial to set the app up: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-deploy-django-to-app-platform
I came to the realization that I am incurring unnecessary cost by running two databases, but am hesitant to destroy either of them for fear of deleting data or removing the database that is being used.
How do I determine which database is being used by the app, and what data is contained within each? Once I have figured out which holds the data and is necessary to the operation, I will delete the other.
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