In noticed this error when I was trying to create a new GKE cluster:
ERROR: (gcloud.container.clusters.create) ResponseError: code=403, message=Insufficient regional quota to satisfy request: resource “IN_USE_ADDRESSES”: request requires ‘9.0’ and is short ‘1.0’. project has a quota of ‘8.0’ with ‘8.0’ available. View and manage quotas at https://console.cloud.google.com/iam-admin/quotas?usage=USED&project=test-123456
GCP by default has a limit of 8 static global IP addresses per project, we need to raise that limit to make this error go away.
We can see the current limit with this command:
1 gcloud compute project-info describe | grep STATIC_ADDRESSES -C 2
Sadly, there is currently no way to increase quotas from
gcloud cli, so we need to use the web UI.
From the console, search for
quotas and select the
IAM & Admin result:
Once in the quotas page, filter by
Compute Engine API service and
Static IP address global quota:
Here, we can see that our current limit is
8. To request an increase in the quota, select the row and click on
Then we need to increase the quota limit. We can choose 10, for example:
Google asks for some personal information before submitting the request:
And finally, we’ll get a confirmation that the request was submitted:
We might need to do the same process for
In-use IP addresses in the region:
I received an e-mail telling me that the request will take 2 business days to be processed, but a few minutes later I received a confirmation of the increase (Probably 20 minutes in total).
Once the quota increases are done, we should be able to proceed with the cluster creation.