REST Resource: services.consumerQuotaMetrics.limits.adminOverrides

Resource: QuotaOverride

A quota override

JSON representation
  "name": string,
  "overrideValue": string,
  "dimensions": {
    string: string,
  "metric": string,
  "unit": string,
  "adminOverrideAncestor": string


The resource name of the override. This name is generated by the server when the override is created.

Example names would be: projects/123/services/ projects/123/services/

The resource name is intended to be opaque and should not be parsed for its component strings, since its representation could change in the future.


string (int64 format)

The overriding quota limit value. Can be any nonnegative integer, or -1 (unlimited quota).


map (key: string, value: string)

If this map is nonempty, then this override applies only to specific values for dimensions defined in the limit unit.

For example, an override on a limit with the unit 1/{project}/{region} could contain an entry with the key region and the value us-east-1; the override is only applied to quota consumed in that region.

This map has the following restrictions:

  • Keys that are not defined in the limit's unit are not valid keys. Any string appearing in {brackets} in the unit (besides {project} or {user}) is a defined key.
  • project is not a valid key; the project is already specified in the parent resource name.
  • user is not a valid key; the API does not support quota overrides that apply only to a specific user.
  • If region appears as a key, its value must be a valid Cloud region.
  • If zone appears as a key, its value must be a valid Cloud zone.
  • If any valid key other than region or zone appears in the map, then all valid keys other than region or zone must also appear in the map.

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.



The name of the metric to which this override applies.

An example name would be:



The limit unit of the limit to which this override applies.

An example unit would be: 1/{project}/{region} Note that {project} and {region} are not placeholders in this example; the literal characters { and } occur in the string.



The resource name of the ancestor that requested the override. For example: organizations/12345 or folders/67890. Used by admin overrides only.



Creates an admin override.


Deletes an admin override.


Lists all admin overrides on this limit.


Updates an admin override.