Q. How can I view and manage my CI/CD Minutes usage?
A. A Group Owner can view CI/CD Minutes usage on the Usage page in your Group settings page. Due to an existing defect, CI/CD minutes for public projects is currently not reflecting in the CI/CD minutes usage.
Q. How can I view and manage my CI/CD Minutes usage on Public Projects?
A. The CI/CD minutes limit is applicable for public projects on GitLab.com as well. For public projects on GitLab.com, after we resolve an existing defect for displaying CI/CD minutes for public projects, users will be provided 8 weeks notice (via our blog and this issue) before implementing the CI/CD minute limits.
Q. How can I reduce the amount of CI/CD Minutes consumed?
A. There are a few methods to consider to reduce the number of CI/CD Minutes consumed:
Watch this deep dive video on how you can manage your CI/CD Minutes usage.
Q. What happens if I hit the CI/CD Minutes allotted limit and forget to purchase additional CI/CD Minutes?
A. You will not be able to run new jobs until you purchase additional CI/CD Minutes, or until the next month when you receive your monthly allotted CI/CD Minutes.
Q. Will I be notified before I hit my limit on CI/CD Minutes?
A. You will receive notification banners in-app when your group has less than 30%, 5% or exceeded your total allotted CI/CD minutes.
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Q. Can I proactively monitor my CI/CD Minutes usage?
A. Yes, you can use the REST API on GitLab.com to monitor your CI/CD Minutes usage and integrate this into your standard monitoring tools. Here are a few examples for check plugins and Prometheus integrations:
Q. Are CI/CD Minutes used on users/customers' own runners accounted into the quota?
A. No. The CI/CD Minutes limit is for jobs using GitLab shared runners. Users/Customers can bring their own runners. CI/CD minutes used on their own runners are not accounted into the limit.
Q. How much does it cost to buy additional CI/CD Minutes?
A. CI/CD Minutes per top-level group (or personal namespace) are $10 per 1,000 minutes and it is valid for one year from the date of purchase. CI/CD minutes purchased do not auto-renew and need to be purchased again separately after the 12 month validity or after consuming your purchased minutes.
Q. Will I have different CI/CD Minute pricing for Windows and Linux?
A. No. The pricing is the same regardless of the operating systems.
Q. How do I purchase additional CI/CD Minutes?
A. You can purchase subscriptions for CI/CD Minutes in the Customers Portal, or from our sales team.
To address your questions and feedback, we have created a space in the GitLab Community Forum, which is actively monitored by GitLab Team members and Product Managers involved with this change.