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Compute units are a measure of the computing resources used by an operation and are typically used to determine the cost of using computing services. They are based on factors such as CPU time, memory usage, and network traffic. Starton uses compute units to track a project’s resource consumption. This standard unit allows users to easily understand and manage their resource usage.
Your compute units are used for specific actions. Find the corresponding list below
CU per smart contract deployed: 750
CU per transaction: 750
CU per read queries: 20CU per watcher events: 20
CU per Gb/days: 5000
CU per file uploaded: 50
CU per watcher created: 1000
You can upgrade or cancel your plan in the Billing tab of your application. An upgrade refers to any change in your plan that increases the capacity of your Starton project, such as rate limits, compute units, or users. Your new plan will take effect immediately after upgrading.
If you’re experiencing an increase in volume for your current month, you might run out of compute units, resulting in a project freeze. Your project will resume automatically the following month. However, to avoid project freeze and ensure continuity of production, you can set a strategy allowing your plan to go over your compute unit limits. When allowing extra units to your plan, you can either set a limit for the amount of authorized extra units or allow for unlimited overage. The former option ensures that you have control over the number of extra units being used, while the latter option allows for flexibility and the ability to handle unexpected spikes in usage.