The following limits apply to your use of Stackdriver Error Reporting:
API activity limits
|Error event data requests per day||3,000|
|Error event data requests per minute per user||60|
|Error group metadata requests per day||3,000|
|Error group metadata requests per minute per user||60|
|Error reports per day||170,000|
|Error reports per minute||6,000|
You can also see the API dashboard for your current API activity and quotas. Click on an API and select Quotas to see your limits.
Requesting more Stackdriver Error Reporting API quota
You can request higher Error Reporting API limits using the Google Cloud Console:
In the Quotas page, use the checkboxes to select Stackdriver Error Reporting API, then click EDIT QUOTAS.
Billing must be enabled on the project in order to click the checkboxes.
In the Edit Quotas panel, complete the form with your Name, Email , and Phone details, then click Next.
In the Edit Quotas panel, select the service to expand the view, then edit the quotas in that service to your requested limit. Click Done.
Click Submit request.
You can also contact Google Cloud Support, rather than using the Google Cloud Console, to request more Error Reporting API quota.
The other limits described on this page are fixed.
For more information, go to Working with quotas.
There is a limit of 10,000 deployment-error group pairs, where a
deployment is a combination of
Once you have reached this limit,
Stackdriver Error Reporting will discard the oldest (or less-recently modified)
deployments and their associated error data.
Data retention periods
Information in Stackdriver Error Reporting is retained for 30 days.