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Old 13th August 2010, 19:13
peter_petrelli peter_petrelli is offline
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Default Site Hard disk Quota

lets say that i have a client 'test' and when i set hard disk limit to 512 MB he can use 512 mb of disk space BUT when he adds sites he have to define some value of MBytes for this site and the rest of non used disk space is going to the other sites which is not so cool .. SO my questin is how to make client test to share the whole 512 mbytes between his sites .. i hope u understand me ..
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Old 14th August 2010, 10:47
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i'm agree with that.
if you heave ie. two sites you divide Your web quota between these sites and is good.
after that You heave to add another site and You must first edit existing and decrease quota for old ones, then You can add new site.
this is little inconvenient.

In reseller user this feature is good way, but for "enduser" unnecessary

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