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Hello All,

I just switched over from VHCS2 and so far this is much better.
My current setup is Debian etch, and i followed your install guide at:
http://isp-control.net/documentation/sta...ion/debian


But i have a few questions,

Is there a way to disable a user account if they exceed their limits or quotas?
For example if a user is using more disk space than allowed their account is suspended, they lose access to the FTP server, and when ever someone tries to visit their site a generic message appears that says they need to contact the system administrator.

Is there a way to have the stats update more often than every 30 min?

And Finally, what do i need to do to make the disk usage statistics work?
10-26-2008 02:02 PM
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Quote:Is there a way to disable a user account if they exceed their limits or quotas?
Yes - enable Mod_Cband for Apache2.
--> http://www.isp-control.net/ispcp/wiki/howto_mod_cband

Quote:For example if a user is using more disk space than allowed their account is suspended, they lose access to the FTP server, and when ever someone tries to visit their site a generic message appears that says they need to contact the system administrator.
You can enable the Proftpd Quota in the proftpd.conf

Quote:Is there a way to have the stats update more often than every 30 min?
If you use static then please check your ispcp cron. The you can set the mins.
Or you use dynamic -> always up to date

Greez BeNe
10-29-2008 05:31 AM
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