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Domain has exceeded its limits

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by FFENIX, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. FFENIX

    FFENIX Guest

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    Hello, I wanted to know why I said that a plesk domain exceeds its space limit?

    Because I have a website that weighs only 10mb, which has allocated 100mb, and I said that is occupying 180 mb.

    Thank you.
     
  2. onsightdata

    onsightdata Regular Pleskian

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    Well that could be alot of things. Backups take space , mail takes up space

    Do you add that in the calculation of disk space ( settings in plesk for how you calculate client disk space ) ?

    Honestly this is best for you to refer to the manul for plesk and not a troubleshooting issue really its a learn how plesk works issue.
     
  3. FFENIX

    FFENIX Guest

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    Hey, if my intention is to learn to see how well plesk, plesk configure as to calculate the disk space?

    This comment, go from nothing marrow yesterday today the site has increased 100 mb, you may have to do with the fact that yesterday I made a backup of the entire server?
     
  4. FFENIX

    FFENIX Guest

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    Hello, this morning turned on to move from 200mb up to any limit and no one touched or add anything that can be?

    thanks.
     
  5. Denis Sirochenko

    Denis Sirochenko Guest

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    Hello,

    Visit Plesk Panel Home > Settings > Server settings and check at System preferences what is included in the disk space usage calculation. Try to exclude, for example, backups and recalculate statistics using

    statistics.exe --process-domains=<domain name>

    and see whether the space occupied by domain is reduced.
     
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