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Client limits being divided

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by MikkyX, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. MikkyX

    MikkyX Guest

    Just installed Plesk and begun the wonderous process of selling off all the space I've got on the box.

    To that end, I've set up some Client Templates, here's an example:

    Domains: 30
    Disk space: 10Gb
    Bandwidth: 40Gb
    Databases: 90

    When a new client is created using this template, and they then log in to add a domain, a weird thing is happening - the domain is being allocated a share of the feature set equal to that feature divided by the number of domains.

    e.g., each domain on this template would get:
    Disk space: 10Gb / 30 = 333Mb
    Bandwidth: 40Gb / 30 = 1.3Gb
    Databases: 90 / 30 = 3

    How do I prevent this so that the client is simply able to do what they like with each domain until their TOTAL allocation has been exhausted? e.g. if one domain needs 200Mb of space but they need 4Gb of space for another one. Do I need to let them manage the quotas etc. themselves ?
  2. poke

    poke Guest

    The easiest way is to let the client manage and partition off their domains.... This still can't surpass their "limit" in limits :) Hope this helps..
  3. MikkyX

    MikkyX Guest

    I'll do that, thanks. :)