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otacon 3rd May 2011 00:38

Disk quota error
 
I am using API to add a website with

PHP Code:

$params_website = array('server_id' => 1
                            
'ip_address' => '*'
                            
'domain' => $myusername.'.remcycle.net'
                            
'type' => 'vhost'
                            
'parent_domain_id' => ''
                            
'vhost_type' => 'name'
                            
'hd_quota' => '-1'
                            
'traffic_quota' => '1000'
                            
'cgi' =>'y'
                            
'ssi' =>'y'
                            
'suexec' =>'y'
                            
'errordocs' =>'1'
                            
'subdomain' =>'www'
                            
'ssl' =>'n'
                            
'php' =>"mod"
                            
'ruby' =>'y'
                            
'active' =>'y'
                            
'redirect_type' =>'no'
                            
'redirect_path' =>''
                            
'ssl_state' =>''
                            
'ssl_organisation' =>''
                            
'ssl_organisation_unit' =>''
                            
'ssl_country' =>''
                            
'ssl_domain' => $myusername.'.remcycle.net'
                            
'ssl_request' =>''
                            
'ssl_cert' =>''
                            
'ssl_bundle' =>''
                            
'ssl_action' =>''
                            
//'stats_password' =>$mypassword, 
                            
'stats_password' =>''
                            
'stats_type' =>'webalizer'
                            
'backup_interval' =>'daily'
                            
'backup_copies' =>'7'
                            
'document_root' =>'/var/www/clients/client'.$client_id.'/web'.$domain_id
                            
'system_user' =>'web'.$domain_id
                            
'system_group' =>'client'.$client_id
                            
'allow_override' =>'All'
                            
'php_open_basedir' =>'/var/www/clients/client'.$client_id.'/web'.$domain_id.'/web:/var/www/clients/client'.$client_id.'/web'.$domain_id.'/tmp:/var/www/'.                            $myusername.'.remcycle.net/web:/srv/www/'.$myusername.'.remcycle.net/web:/usr/share/php5:/tmp:/usr/share/phpmyadmin:/etc/phpmyadmin:/var/lib/phpmyadmin'
                            
'custom_php_ini' =>'',  
                            
'apache_directives' => '<Directory />
                                        Options FollowSymLinks
                                        AllowOverride All
                                        Order allow,deny
                                        Allow from all
                                        </Directory>'

                            
'client_group_id' =>$client_id +1
                            
); 
    
    
$website_id $client->sites_web_domain_add($session_id$client_id$params_website); 

As you can see the disk quota is -1 meaning infinite amount of space. When the client logs into ispconfig control panel and looks at the web site he sees -1 as his disk quota. When he click on any of the tabs to get to redirect, ssl, or options it give the error

Quote:

ERROR

Harddisk quota is 0 or empty.
And then changes the qouta to 0.

The user can also use FTP to add files to his website, so I am unsure as to why this error is occurring.

Any Suggestions?

till 3rd May 2011 16:00

Please compare the content of the quota field in the database of a site that you created in ispconfig with a site that you created with the api. Maybe you e.g. added a whitespace or so.


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