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Did DigitalOcean add a quota to their container registry?

I keep getting “denied: quota exceeded” when trying to push to our registry.

They previously mentioned their plan to add a quota in the future, but nothing on the product page hints at such being present as of right now.

Already emailed support, but curious if anyone else has had this issue.

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@HappyGrayRay — I’m relatively new to DigitalOcean. I can’t speak to changes but to the current state. Yes, there are limits set on the DO container registry. They have three tiers that set those limits. One is free, the other two are paid ($5 and $20/month). The details of each tier can be found at this URI: https://www.digitalocean.com/products/container-registry/


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Hi there,

Indeed as @markwilx mentioned there are now 3 plans available. You can find more information about the plans here:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/container-registry/

On the same page, under the Latest Updates section, it is stated that on 2 November 2020 the three subscription plans that offer different allowances for repositories, storage, and bandwidth were introduced.

Hope that this helps. Regards, Bobby