GCP error: Quota ‘GPUS_ALL_REGIONS’ exceeded. Limit: 0.0 globally occurs when you have exceeded the allowed quota for GPUs in all regions on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The current limit for your project is set to 0, which means you cannot use any GPUs.
To fix this issue, you can request an increase in your GPU quota. Follow the below steps.
- Sign in to the Google Cloud Console: https://console.cloud.google.com/
- Click on the project you are working on within the top bar (if not already selected).
- Click on the navigation menu (hamburger icon) in the top left corner.
- Go to “IAM & Admin” > “Quotas.”
- On the “Quotas” page, you will see a list of available resources and their quotas. Use the “Filter” search bar to find the “GPUS_ALL_REGIONS” quota.
- Select the checkbox next to “GPUS_ALL_REGIONS.”
- Click the “Edit Quotas” button at the top of the page.
- Fill out the form with your contact information and specify the new quota limit you are requesting.
- Click “Submit request.”
Remember that the approval process for quota increases may take some time.
The Google Cloud team will review your request and may ask for additional information before granting the increase. Make sure to monitor your email for updates on your request.
If you are new to the Google Cloud Platform and using the free trial, note that some resources, including GPUs, might be limited or unavailable until you upgrade to a paid account. To access more resources, consider upgrading your account.
Amit Doshi is a Cloud Engineer who has experienced more than 5 years in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. He is an IT professional responsible for designing, implementing, managing, and maintaining cloud computing infrastructure, applications, and services.