If a payment for a pay-as-you-go DTS instance becomes overdue, the associated task stops working after 24 hours. To minimize disruption to your business, ensure that your payment method details are correct and you have sufficient balance to cover pay-as-you-go fees.
How DTS handles overdue payments
- DTS can be used normally for the first 24 hours after a payment becomes overdue.
- If you do not complete the overdue payment within 24 hours, data replication tasks will be stopped and you will be no longer able to use DTS.
- If you do not complete the overdue payment within seven days of when DTS stops providing services, the system releases the DTS instance and deletes all data associated with the instance. Released instances cannot be recovered.