You can use My Oracle Support to file a service request for increasing or decreasing your service limits. Please note that the service limits are changed only after they are approved. Approval is not immediate and may take a few days to become effective.
- Sign in to https://support.oracle.com/ with your Oracle Account.
- If you are using My Oracle Support, click Switch to Cloud Support at the top of the page to log service requests.
- Select the Service Requests tab.
- Click Create Service Request.
- Click Cloud.
- Select the following:
Service Type: For example, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic.
Service Name: Any service instance name associated with the identity domain that you are requesting a limit increase for. For example, iaasmb-a473329 or dbmb-a473380.
Problem Type: Select General/Other Questions and then select Request service limit increase.
- Enter your contact information.
- Provide a description.
- Specify the following:
- Identity Domain ID: Identity Domain of the service.
- Service for which you are requesting the limit increase. For example, Request increase in limit for Compute Classic.
- Requested limit increase. For example, Increase the service limit for Compute Capacity to 75 OCPUs and Block Storage to 150 TB.
- Reason for the request. Describe what you are trying to accomplish with the increase. For example, The application to be deployed requires more resources than the default Pay-As-You-Go service limits for Compute Classic.
You may also want to decrease your default service limits for some services. Follow the same procedure given above to request a decrease in service limits and select the appropriate problem type.