Check Provisioned Resources
This document applies to Postgres clusters running on our next-gen Apps V2 architecture (Fly Machines). If you created your cluster using any flyctl version before v0.0.412, refer to Fly Postgres on Apps V1 and Multi-region PostgreSQL instead.
Get an overview of the app, including a list of its VM instances with Machine IDs:
fly status --app <pg-app-name>
List more details about an individual Machine:
fly machine status <machine-id> --app <pg-app-name>
From this information you can get the scale of the VM (both
CPUs), and the ID of its attached Fly Volume.
You can check the sizes of all the storage volumes provisioned for your Postgres App with
fly vol list --app <pg-app-name>
If you’ve configured your Postgres cluster to be reachable by external services, you’ll have provisioned at least one public anycast IP address. You can check these with
fly ips list --app <pg-app-name>
Pricing for all resources can be found at https://fly.io/pricing.