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Disk usage at 0 :(

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by rihad, May 23, 2008.

  1. rihad

    rihad Guest

    Together with this zero used traffic problem, client's disk usage is also shown as 0. This was caused by the whole Plesk /var/ partition (Debian 3.1) getting lost, which we had to restore from incorrectly made backups that lost all file owner/perm settings... Any idea of how permission/owner problem in /var could cause the disk usage to be shown as 0, and traffic usage also at 0?
  2. dash

    dash Regular Pleskian Staff Member

    Sep 26, 2007
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    only files which are owned by users with UID > 100 and apache user are taking into account during clients' disc usage calculation.
    for example files owned by root will be skipped.
  3. rihad

    rihad Guest

    Thanks for your reply. Here's the filesystem layout of a typical client suffering from this 0 bytes syndrome that I tried to resurrect (by doing chmod/chown) where someclient is the uid allocated to them by Plesk:

    Why wouldn't it want to count those bytes?