Ispconfig doesn't shows quota website

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by zicguy, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. zicguy

    zicguy New Member

    Hi there,

    I'm using a fresh install of ispconfig under Debian 6. Actually, Ispconfig doesn't shows quotas for my websites.
    I follow the usual guide for installing ispconfig on Debian, but I'm thinking one thing. I don't have only one partition on my server. I have a separated partition for /var, but according to the (helpful) guide, I set quota on /.
    Can it be the source of my problem?
    If there is, how can I deactivate quota on / and activate quota on /var?

    Some help will be much appreciated :)
    Thanks by advance.
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  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The websites are in /var/www so quota is required on the partition that contains the /var/www folder. So if you have a separate /var partition, then enable quota on that partition as well. The steps are the same then the quota activation on /, just add the settings in fstab to the /var partition too.
     
  3. zicguy

    zicguy New Member

    Thanks Till,

    Ok it works now. Just for information, I actually prepare a migration between 2 servers (mostly with rsync). All is good on this point. After the content migration do you think it's better to resync websites and DNS from the resync tools of ISPConfig (e.g. to take in account new quotas or something else...)?

    Many thanks :)
     

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