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Old 14th March 2006, 01:05
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I was wondering about the traffic limit. How does this work? Does it do http?ftp?webmail? Also how does disk space work? Also when a user reach's his/her traffic limit does it suspend automaticly?
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I was wondering about the traffic limit. How does this work?
Does it do http?ftp?webmail?
The traffic limit includes everything that is included in the traffic statistics of the website:

Web, Mail and FTP

Webmail (web traffic) is only counted if you install a webmail program in the user webspace.

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Also how does disk space work?
Linux system quota.

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Also when a user reach's his/her traffic limit does it suspend automaticly?
That depends on the settings you have chosen for the website. You can automatically suspend the website or send a warning.

All traffic statistics where generated nightly, this means the traffic quota exceedence is checked once every night.
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Old 14th March 2006, 19:29
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So when a user goes over say 20gb bandwidth limit it will suspend automaticly that night?

I guess using cron?

What will happen to the site that displays to the user?

Will it say suspended? Or something of that nature?
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So when a user goes over say 20gb bandwidth limit it will suspend automaticly that night?
Yes.

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I guess using cron?
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What will happen to the site that displays to the user?

Will it say suspended? Or something of that nature?
You will see a 403 forbidden page.
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That depends on the settings you have chosen for the website. You can automatically suspend the website or send a warning.
Hello!
Me the question concerning site inclusion (after it have disconnected for a traffic relimit) interests.
What variants can be? Or the site will be will join automatic after I will give to it of more limit?
In advance thanks, Alexey
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