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templates.. how Plesk allocates disk space

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by rix1505, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. rix1505

    rix1505 Guest


    I'm currently setting up templates for hosting accounts in Plesk,

    I was wondering how the server hard disk space is provisioned when creating a domain template...

    e.g. ...

    in the Disk space limit field, if I set 750 MB, is that the overiding maximum amount of disk space the domain can use? So if I was to set hard disk qouta to 700 MB and then total mailbox qouta to 50 MB that would be correct, but if hard disk qouta was 750, there would be no room for mail boxes?

    Does that make sense? or have I been sat in front of my pc for far, far, far too long!


  2. jbuts

    jbuts Guest

    Actually, hard disk quota is a limit for current domain. This quota can't be exceed never. Bot the Disk space limit can be exceed and you will get the notification about it.