ISPconfig Quota

Discussion in 'ISPConfig 3 Priority Support' started by nvidian, May 5, 2015.

  1. nvidian

    nvidian Member

    Hi, How ISPconfig quota system counting work (Disk & Traffic quota) ?

    1. I saw there is per client 'limit' and there is also per website 'limit' - Which one will be obeyed ?
    2. If one client has two websites, how quota counting system work ? Is it count based on per client (counting disk quota from 'client' folder size & traffic) or per website (counting 'web' folder size & traffic) ?
    3. Is it possible for client to see their resource usage (disk & traffic) without them have to login to ISPconfig ? If no, is there any plan for ISPCONFIG billing module to implement 'client area' that show resource usage & of course billing matters ?

    Thank you
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The client quota is the value that a client can max. assign to all of his sites while the quota in the site is the one that gets set in the linux quota system.


    The ispconfig login is the client area of the billing module. So yes, this client area exists already and it is ispconfig. The client can see his invoices there, order additional websites or domains and so on all from his ispconfig dashboard.
  3. nvidian

    nvidian Member

    Thanks Till, you're very helpul. :)
  4. Anne W

    Anne W New Member

    When the Quota in the Site is set to zero, the user never receives a quota warning, even when he hits the master quota limit. Ist that intended?

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