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mcrider 9th November 2011 23:40

Website Quota (Harddisk) not showing up
 
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I can view the web traffic for each of my sites but when I click on "Website Quota (Harddisk)" no information is displayed. (see attached image)
However, I have had sites de-activate when over their quota so ISPConfig3 knows that a site is over quota it just doesn't display them.

ISPConfig 3.0.3.3

till 10th November 2011 09:49

Is this a virtual server? If yes, then it might be that the harddisk usage can not be displayed, as the Linux "repquota -avug" command does not display it under OpenVZ.

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I have had sites de-activate when over their quota so ISPConfig3 knows that a site is over quota it just doesn't display them.
Here you mix up traffic quota with harddisk quota. Deactivate a website is for traffic quota and not harddisk quota.

mcrider 10th November 2011 17:03

Website Quota not showing up
 
You're correct. It is hosted on a virtual server. Is there any way around that limitation?

I've actually had a site de-activate due to space quota not traffic quota. I haven't put a traffic quota on any of my sites yet.

till 10th November 2011 17:30

A harddisk quota in Linux is made to set a max harddisk usage for a Linux user / website, it does not deactivate a site.

Second level quota in ispconfig works if you enabled it for this VM, see openvz wiki:

http://wiki.openvz.org/User_Guide/Ma..._for_Container

But it can be that it is not displayed inside the vm, even if it works correctly, see here:

http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=42127&


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