Pipeline Minute Quotas on GitLab.com

This detailed customer FAQ and pipeline minute quotas outlines how you can manage and reduce your CI/CD minutes usage.

In order to publish your feedback regarding this change, please add a reply to this thread. Consider adding the following to your contribution:

  • Your current CI/CD minutes usage
  • GitLab Usecase (e.g., SCM + CI/CD, CI/CD only, CI only, etc.)
  • Questions that aren’t answered in the customer FAQ

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What’s Upcoming?

The sequence of work is expected to go as follows:

  1. Expose the duration of public project pipelines for visibility via API and in charts

  2. Distinguish open source software program namespaces and projects differently from public/private in GitLab

  3. Implement 1:1 CI/CD minute to pipeline duration minute quota for non-OSS public projects created after 2021-07-17

  4. Implement 1:1 CI/CD minute to pipeline duration minute quota for all non-OSS projects

For more information, follow along in our CI/CD minutes limits for public projects on GitLab.com epic.

What’s in the future?

We are looking to enhance the management experience of CI minutes and add features such as:

  1. CI/CD Minute Notifications - as you approach your quota receive notifications before you have a failed pipeline

  2. Configure CI/CD Minute quotas per project and namespace - redistribute your CI minute quota to the projects and namespaces most in need

  3. And other enhancements you can follow along in our Continuous Integration Category Direction Page