vinfra service compute quotas update

Update compute quotas:

usage: vinfra service compute quotas update [--cores <cores>] [--ram-size <ram>]
                                           [--floatingip <floating-ip>]
                                           [--storage-policy
                                           <storage_policy>:<size>]
                                           [--k8saas-cluster <cluster>]
                                           [--lbaas-loadbalancer <load-balancer>]
                                           [--placement <placement>] <project-id>
--cores <cores>
Number of cores
--ram-size <ram>
Number of RAM. Use the following units: M or MiB for mebibytes, G or GiB for gibibytes, T or TiB for tebibytes, P or PiB for pebibytes, and E or EiB for exbibytes.
--floatingip <floating-ip>
Number of floating IP addresses
--storage-policy <storage_policy>:<size>
Comma-separated list of <storage_policy>:<size>. To specify the size, use the following units: M or MiB for mebibytes, G or GiB for gibibytes, T or TiB for tebibytes, P or PiB for pebibytes, and E or EiB for exbibytes.
--k8saas-cluster <cluster>
Number of Kubernetes clusters
--lbaas-loadbalancer <load-balancer>
The new value for the load balancer quota limit. The value -1 means unlimited.
--placement <placement>
Comma-separated list of <placement-id>:<size>
<project-id>
Project ID

Example:

# vinfra service compute quotas update 6ef6f48f01b640ccb8ff53117b830fa3 \
--cores 10 --ram-size 10G --storage-policy default:512G
Operation successful.

This command updates compute quotas to 10 vCPUs, 20 GiB of RAM, and 512 GiB of disk space for the default storage policy.