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Old 23rd June 2008, 17:23
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Default Size limits cannot be set to -1

Hi all,

In the previous versions of ispconfig when we created a user we could leave the web space size site limit as -1. When we edit or add an account now we get an error about the size limit being exceeded.

Is this a change or is there something wrong with our installation. What is the recommended size to set this to?

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Old 23rd June 2008, 18:26
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It's been changed in the recent versions that the limit for the users cannot exceed the limit for the site. There's been a lot of people who dislike this changes so I think it's getting changed back on the next version, but not sure when that's out, I'm waiting for it myself as well. It's already listed in the bugtracker.

For now you have to set the users limit lower than the site's limit.
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