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Better space-management

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by cyrus1u1, May 18, 2006.

  1. cyrus1u1

    cyrus1u1 Guest

    Per client space management. You set an amout of webspace to a client, let's say 100 MBytes. The client has 2 Domains. For those you set 30 MB for the first and set a "use from clients' webspace" for the second. If the first exeeds 30 MB you've got a notification. The second has then automatically 70 MB. When the client gets 150 MB, the second Domain inherits automatically 120 MBytes, so that you don't have to change it all by yourself.

    Why that?
    I have some clients who have about 10 and more domain names. If one domain exeeds, they always have to put the webspace bigger on which exeeds and put back the webspace on which has enough space. This is really annoying.

    Just like a pool. You set some space for that pool and the domains use it from there. Like in confixx.
  2. Lars@

    Lars@ Guest

    Plesk totaly s/u/c/k/s

    I have a customer that manages 16 domains.
    - 16 ftp logins
    - 16 different webspaces
    - 16* X subdomains trees

    Try to tell him it's not possible to give him for his .org, .net and .com websites the same login and password.

    It's not possible to do some intelligent website where different domains use the same content.

    A good reason to use Plesk:
    1) Plesk uses more colors than any other admin panel