What is a rate limit
How does the rate limit work
Rate limits determine the number of incoming exceptions that Airbrake will accept per minute. Your account will have a rate limit if you are on a legacy plan or have set a rate limit for your monthly error quota plan. Once the limit is reached, all incoming exceptions for your account will be discarded for the rest of that minute.
If you have an account with a rate limit of 3 errors per minute, all errors after the first 3 for that minute will be rate limited. The rate limit will be reset at the start of the next minute:
Where can I find my rate limit?
You can view the rate limit for your current plan by visiting your account settings.
Rate limit notification
You’ll receive an email notification each day that your account goes over the limit for your plan. The dashboard notification is displayed for 24 hours after your account reaches the rate limit. If you see this notification, that means that sometime in the past day your account has reached the rate limit. The rate limit is reset each minute so if your account hits the rate limit, then your projects will stop reporting errors for the rest of that minute and start again the next minute.
How can I increase my rate limit?
If you are exceeding your rate limit, you may want to upgrade your plan. An increased rate limit can reduce error loss after bad deploys, during an outage, and in periods of high traffic.
How many errors have I lost from not being on the right plan?
You can view the number of errors you are missing from rate limiting on each project’s overview graph. The number of errors you have lost in the last 90 days will be shown. This information should help you to decide which plan to upgrade to.