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Identify "Other Subaccounts" when managing quotas

Dear all,

we recently tried to manage the quota on our NEO Environment and assign LITE quota to our subaccounts.

Unfortunately, not enough quota is available, since "other subaccounts" are using our LITE quota.

We are not aware, which other subaccounts these might be. Is there any chance to trace them back, so we can identify, which sub-accounts are consuming our quota?

Kind regards,

Andreas

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  • Mar 20 at 12:32 PM

    Hi Andreas,

    If you run the "list-accounts" console client command, it will list all subaccounts that you have and the result will contain the quotas, as well. About how to run the command check the official documentation.

    Best regards,

    Gábor

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  • Mar 20 at 01:55 PM

    Hello Andreas,

    I am assuming that you are referring to viewing the Java runtime quota allocation between your subaccounts. If that's the case, follow the below steps:

    1. Login to the SCP(SAP Cloud Platform) Cloud Cockpit
    2. Navigate to your Global Account
    3. Goto Entitlements section

    4. You should be able to see the allocation of your resources (including Java application runtime containers) from here and also edit the allocation if required.

    Cheers!

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  • Mar 20 at 03:13 PM

    @Andreas: If you are sure that some other subaccount is using some of your quotas, it must be shown under Entitlements, provided you have the right platform scopes(readQuota) for the Global Account. If not, please get in touch with SCP support team.

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  • Mar 20 at 03:00 PM

    Dear both,

    thanks a lot.

    Yuvaraj Ramamurthy : That's exactly what I did. See here: entitlement.png

    And in this view, I can find the "other subaccounts".

    Gabor Molnar : thanks for the hint. I am still struggling to get the command line to run, since it doesn't accept my password. Once I've managed the issue, I'll try this option.

    I'm glad if there are any other advices.

    Regards,

    Andreas

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