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Old 26th October 2006, 22:09
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Default ftp stops.. quota acceded ??

Hi..
I keep getting errors about ecceding the quota,.. when i clearly have enough space. I gave the site 1000 Mb.
Is the quota not working on isp config? how do i fix it ? how do i check if its even working?
does anyone know why all the folders in web/ftp admin in isp config have a size of 4096 and am guessing MB ?

Help anyone!
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Did you give tha admin user of the site 1000 MB too? I guess his userquota is exceeded and not the groupquota (website quota).
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Hello,

I've had that problem too, and yes, it's been the admin userquota.
But why is this? Must I always fit the admin userquota to the groupquota?
What can I do to prevent the problem?

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Must I always fit the admin userquota to the groupquota?
No. Maybe a short explanation of quotas might help you to understand this:

Userquota is the amount of data that a individual user migh store on the harddisk.

Groupquota (the quota of the website) is the amount of data which all users of the website might store on the harddisk.

Example:

The website quota is 200 MB and you have three users with a userquota of 100 MB each. You see that the userquota of all users is 300 MB. If user 1 stores 100 MB on the disk and user 2 stores 80 MB on the disk, the thirsd user can only store 20 MB on the disk even if he has a quota of 100 MB because he is restricted ny the group quota.
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