Not enough reserved instances to satisfy this request. When changing instance size

Craig Littlewood 21 Reputation points
2022-03-02T14:25:39.23+00:00

The above question was raised on this forum before - see https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/a2cfe8a0-a7d2-425b-b371-b6cb99cda452/not-enough-reserved-instances-to-satisfy-this-request-when-changing-instance-size

The resolution was to move the web apps to a different scale unit in the same region.

We are having the same issue on Domain: "morevisionliveco.onmicrosoft.com" with app service "excelwrapsproduction"?

Please can you do the same for us.

Regards
Craig Littlewood

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  1. ajkuma 22,851 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-03-03T20:40:50.953+00:00

    Craig, Apologies for the delay in responding here. We regret the inconvenience this issue may have caused.

    From the information you’d shared, it looks like you’re using Standard App Service Plan tier. The WebApp is provisioned in UK region and the subscription ID ending with ‘c00’(?).
    Note: Please do not share any PII data on the public forum.

    While I’m checking this, could you please re-try and let us know if the issue still persists.

    You may click more details on the error and find additional error information.
    Kindly check these similar discussion threads.

    “Old discussion thread: From Chris (one of our App Service PG) –“ This can happen from time to time if your web app was created in a busy cluster. The good news is that the App Service infrastructure should automatically add more VMs of the appropriate size to the available pool when this happens, so I recommend you try scaling up again in a few hours. “ Also, check this similar discussion thread.

    Additionally:

    Also, please review Azure Service Health and Azure Resource Health page.

    Thanks for your patience!


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