I know their is a file usage in cpanel, but no function to limit it.
We want a feature to be able to limit the inode/file usage per package.
11.40 will provide "extensible account plans" so with a post hook on create account, you could in theory add that to account plans pretty easily.
It would also be nice if this tied back/reported the number to WHMCS with the other account data.
We look forward to see this implemented with a good documentation... :)
Yes, this is a must have feature in hosting package creation... look forward to get it implemented ASAP...
I second this idea, it would be nice to be able to get granular control of many different things we can sell/market in our different plans.
Integration with WHCMS is also a must so that it can be properly tracked and billed
Currently you can get this feature in LVE with CloudLinux
This has become a necessary feature for those of us who run shared hosting services with RHEL as our O/S which does not have the feature integrated. Will cPanel please consider giving this more priority? Thank you!
FYI, this is a free feature, and works well, in CloudLinux.
AFAIK There's only an inode count but not limit
"inodes Limits extension to LVE Manager allows you to set inodes limits for your customers. An inode is a data structure on a file system used to keep information about a file or a folder. The number of inodes indicates the number of files and folders an account has. inodes limits work on the level of disk quota, and will be enabled on /home partition only.
LVE Manager allows to set soft & hard IO limit.
•Hard limit prevents user from writing data to disk
•Soft limit can be exceeded for a period of time. The grace period can be set using: edquota -t"
Well, you're talking about Cloudlinux.
Cpanel provides free inode count only at least at the time of this writing.
kabatak, of course I'm talking about CloudLinux. You replied to my comment about CloudLinux!
We all know that this feature is available in CloudLinux. However there are many of us who use other OS's such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and we need this function.
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