I want to set maximum bytes billed to 1000000. How do I do this?

0 votes
How to set maximum billed bytes property if I have to set it to 1000000 bytes?
Nov 21 in GCP by anonymous
• 6,650 points
15 views

1 answer to this question.

0 votes

In the CLI, use bq query command with the --maximum_bytes_billed flag.

bq query --maximum_bytes_billed=1000000 \
--use_legacy_sql=false \
'SELECT
   word
 FROM
   `bigquery-public-data`.samples.shakespeare'

This should do!

answered Nov 21 by Sirajul
• 40,980 points

Related Questions In GCP

0 votes
1 answer
0 votes
1 answer
0 votes
1 answer

How do I create a BigQuery Dataset using the console?

To create a dataset: Open the BigQuery web ...READ MORE

answered Nov 15 in GCP by anonymous
• 40,980 points
23 views
0 votes
1 answer

Assign access control to a BigQuery Dataset.

You can apply access controls during dataset creation by ...READ MORE

answered Nov 15 in GCP by Sirajul
• 40,980 points
29 views
0 votes
1 answer

Permissions required to update a dataset.

At a minimum, to update dataset properties, ...READ MORE

answered Nov 15 in GCP by Sirajul
• 40,980 points
31 views
0 votes
1 answer

Change default expiration time for a dataset.

You can update a dataset's default table ...READ MORE

answered Nov 15 in GCP by Sirajul
• 40,980 points
28 views
0 votes
1 answer

How do I get to know my transaction history in Google Cloud Platform?

These are the following steps to look at the transaction history within the Google ...READ MORE

answered Oct 7 in GCP by Sirajul
• 40,980 points
53 views
0 votes
1 answer

How do I configure google app engine to serve static content?

It's rather straightforward, you simply outline a static directory in your ...READ MORE

answered Oct 11 in GCP by Sirajul
• 40,980 points
26 views