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E-CLOUD: How to Request a Service Limit Increase. (Doc ID 2777895.1)

Last updated on MAY 20, 2021

Applies to:

EBS on Oracle Cloud: Provisioning and Administration - Version 12.1.3 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Siebel CRM - Version 15.0 [IP2015] and later
Oracle Value Chain Planning on Cloud - Version 12.2.5.1 and later
PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.55 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

While deploying new resources in the cloud, you receive an error message similar to one of the following:

ERRORS:

Error: Service error:LimitExceeded. The following service limits were exceeded: standard2-core-count. Request a service limit increase from the service limits page in the console. . http status code: 400. 

oci_core_instance.nfsvm: Status: 400; Code: LimitExceeded; OPC Request ID: /999999/999999; Message: You have reached your service limit of 1 in this Availability Domain for VM.Standard2.1. Please try launching the instance in a different Availability Domain or Region, or try using a different shape. If you have reached all Service limits, please contact Oracle support to request a limit increase.

Error: Service error:LimitExceeded. You have reached your service limit in this Availability Domain for volumes. Please try creating the volume in a different Availability Domain or Region, or try using a smaller volume size. If you have reached all Service limits, please contact Oracle support to request a limit increase. The following service limits were exceeded: total-storage-gb. Request a service limit increase from the service limits page in the console. . http status code: 400.

 

Changes

 Attempted to add a one or more new resources.

Cause

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