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Old 25th October 2011, 11:34
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ISPConfig uses Linux system quotas for websites and not pure-ftpd quotas. Linux system quotas are handled by the filesystem automatically and are configured in /etc/fstab. They are used for ftp and ssh users, linux system quotas dont have to be updated manually with pure-quotacheck.

ISPConfig does not use a file called .ftpquota in its default install, so there is no need to update that from ispconfig side. If you use a different setup though, then you might have to use your own scripts.
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