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Can't set disk space to unlimited.

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by acidblade, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. acidblade

    acidblade Guest

    When I try to set the Disk space for any of my domains to unlimited in the limit section I get the following message "Disk space: requested - unlimited, maximum available 1022MB". I have set the hard disk quota to the correct settings for their subscription (200MB). I get the same thing when I try setup any new domain with unlimited disk space but limited on the hard disk quota.

    Can anyone help?

  2. OlegB

    OlegB Guest

    It seems that your client is limited to

    Therefore none of your domains can reach this value.
  3. brownlb

    brownlb Guest

    I'm getting the same thing: "Disk space requested - unlimited; maximum available - 75M"

    But if I look at the stats for the hard drive, I have 129G. Is there a setting in the main setup of Plesk that I'm missing? Somewhere where you say how much of the hard drive the whole program is allowed to use?

  4. brownlb

    brownlb Guest

    Forgot to mention: this is a new server and I have administrator priveleges, so I should be able to change anything. This isn't a client account.
  5. pedropadron

    pedropadron Guest

    hey blair!

    even if your are logged in as admin you can't setup unlimited disk space to a domain that is under a client account without unlimited space

    first you'll have to setup unlimited space for the client account, then you can change the domain

    hope it helps!

    Pedro Padron
  6. brownlb

    brownlb Guest

    That was it! Thank you very much!