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Account info: how do I see the usage of private repositories and nodes?

(Nick Breen) #1

I’ve just logged in and applied the Tutum Beta promo code.

I can’t seem to find anywhere that can tell me how many instance hours or private repositories I have.

I expected to see them on the Account Info page.

If I read the docs right, I should have 750 free hours, 750 “tutum” hours, 1 free private repository, and 4 “tutum” private repositories available.


How many private repositories would you like?
5 -> $0 per month

Nodes managed
Nodes provide raw compute for running Docker containers and services
2 -> $0 per month
$0.02/node/hr (billed monthly)

(Borja Burgos) #2

We’re working on providing visibility on the amount of free node hours and repos that an account has access to. For now, know that every account gets 750 node hours and 1 free private repo. Grandfathered Tutum users get additional node hours and repos on top of that. So you are correct, as a grandfathered user you have 5 private repos and 1500 node hours per month.

Thanks for your support.

(Paukiatwee) #3

I believe grandfathered Tutum user get additional 1500 hours per month (can run 2 nodes), which can freely run 3 nodes per month.

See the text from promo page:

Promo Code successfully redeemed!
Your account has been credited with the following additional benefits:

Free additional node-hours per month: 1500 (equivalent to 2 nodes running full time)
Free additional private repositories: 4

Thank you for your support during the Tutum beta!

(Borja Burgos) #4

Early supporters get grandfathered with different credits based upon the day on which they registered for Tutum.

(To0w1r3d) #5

I understand the cut off was mid-Oct, I signed up in Sept but did not receive a promo code. When I signed up it stated a limited free account would be extended beyond the beta.

(Kickingthetv) #6

Can you tell me your Tutum username?