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Check Account Quota and Balance

This page explains how to retrieve accounting information for users logged-in via the Command Line Interface, including information about any Organizational Accounts that the user may be member of.

Each of the commands outlined in what follows can accept keyword parameters as option flags, as listed by passing the --help flag to them.

Account Balance

Information about the Account Balance (in US dollars) is accessed using the balance command, as demonstrated in the example below.

# > balance

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Id Name     Amount Reserved Balance CreditLimit Available
-- -------- ------ -------- ------- ----------- ---------
1  steven  1000.00     10.00 990.00        0.00   990.00

The entries returned by the above command are summarized in the table below, complementing their general discussion. We remind the reader that in order to perform computations on our platform, a positive balance is required.

Entry Description
Amount Total combined amount of money
Reserved Money already allocated for executing Jobs
Available Remaining money not allocated yet
Credit Limit Not applicable in our case
Balance Same as Available, due to absence of credits

Itemized Account Statement

We track the usage of our platform, or balance spent on computations per each account and each project. The usage statistics of each cluster, in terms of number of CPU hours consumed and charges incurred, is referred to as the Account Statement.

This statement can be inspected with the statement command under CLI, as demonstrated in the example below.

# > statement -s 2018-01-01 -e 2019-01-21

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################################################################################
#
# Statement for user steven
# Includes account 2 (steven)
# Generated on Wed Feb 11 16:00:34 2016.
# Reporting account activity from 2018-01-01 to 2019-01-21.
#
################################################################################

Beginning Balance:                 0.00
------------------ --------------------
Total Credits:                  1000.00
Total Debits:                     -0.91
------------------ --------------------
Ending Balance:                  999.09

############################### Credit Detail ##################################

Object  Action  JobId Amount  Time
------- ------- ----- ------- -------------------
Account Deposit       1000.00 2019-08-06 09:29:14

############################### Debit Detail ###################################

Object Action JobId Project  User     Machine                                           Amount Time
------ ------ ----- -------- -------- ------------------------------------------------- ------ -------------------
Job    Charge 15    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.00 2019-08-08 04:09:51
Job    Charge 16    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.00 2019-08-08 04:10:35
Job    Charge 17    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.00 2019-08-08 04:28:08
Job    Charge 18    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.00 2019-08-08 04:28:21
Job    Charge 28    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.01 2019-08-08 06:48:42
Job    Charge 30    steven   steven   master-production-20160630-cluster-007.exabyte.io  -0.03 2019-08-08 09:53:29

############################### End of Report ##################################

It is often convenient to pass the -s (start) and -e (end) flags to the statement command, to narrow down the window of time over which the statement is printed. These flags should contain information about the delimiting dates, in the format "YYYY-MM-DD". So, for example, the command statement -s 2019-01-01 -e 2019-01-08 would return the account statement starting from the 1st to the 8th of January 2019.

Detailed List of Jobs

Information about all jobs submitted by the user to date can be retrieved as explained here.

Storage Quota

Information about the Storage Quota within the available computing clusters can be retrieved via the quota command.