If a subscription Data Transmission Service (DTS) instance expires or an overdue payment occurs, the instance stops running. If you do not settle the overdue payment within seven days after the service stops, the system releases the instance and deletes the involved task.
Warning The system sends notifications to you when an instance expires or has overdue payments. To avoid service suspension, we recommend that you renew the instance or top up your account balance at the earliest opportunity.
|Impacts of expiration or overdue payments
- When a subscription instance expires, it stops running.
- If you do not renew the subscription instance within seven days after it expires, the system releases the instance and deletes all data from the instance. Released instances cannot be recovered.
- If an account has an overdue payment, all pay-as-you-go instances of the account enter the service suspension protection state.
- During the service suspension protection, DTS continues to provide service for your instances.
- If you do not add funds to your account before the service suspension protection ends, DTS stops providing service for your instances and you cannot perform operations on your DTS tasks.
- If you do not renew your subscription within seven days after the task stops providing services, the system releases the task and deletes all data from the task. Released tasks cannot be recovered.
- To prevent service interruptions, we recommend that you renew your instance before it expires. For more information, see Renew instances.
- Make sure that your account has sufficient balance.