In Shipa, quotas are handled per application and user, where every user has a quota number for applications they can deploy. For example, users may have a default quota of 2 applications, so whenever a user tries to create more than two applications, they will receive a quota exceeded error. There are also per applications quota where there are limits to the maximum number of units that an application may have.
To limit of units that an application can use, use the app quota limit command. The new limit must be an integer, but an Administrator can also set it to "unlimited."
shipa app quota change --app <app-name> <new-limit>
To limit of applications that an individual user can create, use the user-quota-change command. The new limit must be an integer, but an Administrator can also set it to "unlimited."
shipa user quota change <user-email> <new-limit>
To display the current usage and limit of a specific application, use the app quota view command.
shipa app quota view --app <app-name>
To display the current usage and limit of a specific user, use the user quota view command.
shipa user quota view <user-email>
Updated 10 months ago