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Old 17th January 2012, 22:25
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Setting quota to 0 can not delete any files, so there must have happened somthing else on your server, maybe a problem on the harddisk, filesystem etc. Feel free to install a ispconfig server and set quota to any value you like if you dont believe me, it will not delete any files. Beside there are ten thousands of servrs running ispconfig and we received no report of dataloss on quota change. Changing quota does nothing else then setting a new quota limit in the linux quota database of the partition, it neither moves, copies or deletes files.
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