|Billable Item||Billing Method||Billing Cycle||Description|
|File storage capacity||Pay-as-you-go (postpaid)||Hour||Fees are billed every hour based on the maximum (peak) storage capacity used in an hour|
When a file system is created, it consumes 32 MB of storage capacity by default, which will not be counted into the storage capacity actually billed.
The beta test for CIFS/SMB protocols has ended; the schedule for future tests will be announced later. If you were a beta tester, you can continue to use the CIFS/SMB file systems, which are free of charge currently.
Below are the latest unit prices for standard file systems in all regions in Mainland China effective as of 00:00, November 10, 2017.
The unit prices for NFS and CIFS/SMB file systems are the same.
|Storage Class||Region||Range of Maximum (Peak) Storage Capacity||Unit Price|
|Standard storage||Mainland China||-||0.058 USD/GB/month (0.00008056 USD/GB/hour)|
|Hong Kong (China)||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.000125 USD/GB/hour)||Singapore||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.000125 USD/GB/hour)|
|Tokyo||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.000125 USD/GB/hour)|
|Silicon Valley||-||0.08 USD/GB/month (0.000111111 USD/GB/hour)|
|Mumbai||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.000125 USD/GB/hour)|
|Seoul||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.000125 USD/GB/hour)|
|Toronto||-||0.09 USD/GB/month (0.00012500 USD/GB/hour)|
|High-performance storage||Mainland China||-||0.26 USD/GB/month (0.000361111 USD/GB/hour)|
An organization has 20 CVM instances that access two file systems in Mainland China. The file system A is used for cold data storage with a maximum standard storage capacity of 11 TB. The file system B is used as organizational cloud storage with a peak standard storage capacity of 105.6 GB in the current hour.
Total CFS fees for the current hour = (11*1024 + 105.6) * 0.00008056 = 0.92 USD