If you have an overdue payment for a cluster, E-MapReduce (EMR) sends you a notification. If you want to continue using the cluster, you must settle your overdue payment at the earliest opportunity before the cluster is suspended. This topic describes the overdue payment of an EMR cluster and how to view the overdue payment.
The overdue payment of a cluster does not affect the performance of another cluster. For example, if you have a pay-as-you-go cluster with an overdue payment and a subscription cluster that has not expired, the subscription cluster can work as expected.
|Billing method||Policy to handle overdue payments|
|Subscription||You can use your existing subscription clusters as expected regardless of whether
you have an overdue payment because you have paid for the clusters. However, if you
have an overdue payment, you cannot perform operations that generate fees, such as
purchasing a new Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instance and renewing a subscription
A subscription cluster has a validity period. The validity period depends on the subscription duration that you specify when you purchase the cluster. If you do not renew the cluster before it expires, the system suspends the cluster at the time when it expires. For more information about how to renew a cluster, see Renewal policy.
View overdue amounts
- Log on to the User Center.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose Total Cost section, view the overdue amounts. . In the