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Old 25th March 2013, 09:44
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Default Getting websites used harddisk space remotely

How can I get websites used harddisk space remotely?

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It should be displayed in ISPConfig.
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Hi falko

Maybe I'm missing something but to my understanding the original question: how to obtain remotely used disk space of a web site wasn't answered.

I know one can click "Website quota (Harddisk)" and see "Used space" column in ISP Config, but how to get that remotely in XML? I can't find such data after calling sites_web_domain_get.

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Old 20th September 2013, 17:28
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You can not query the monitor data from remote api. The function sites_web_domain_get fetches the website configuration data, not monitor data.
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Hello till

Thanks for the answer. Is that a general principle in ISP Config that monitoring data is not available in remote api? Are there any technical obstacles preventing from creating such making any attempt to create such feature pointles? Or can one try to develop it?

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Old 23rd September 2013, 09:08
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The remote API exists to import data in ispconfig and to create website, custmers etc. from hosting websites directly in ispconfig. The monitor data is created by the server and not manualy and it is not required to create websites and custmers, so it can not be queried with the api.
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