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bandwidth and quota?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by torwill, May 30, 2003.

  1. torwill

    torwill Well-Known Member

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    cpanel/whm has been changed quite a bit. and by looking in the cpanel bandwidth report, it seems SMTP/FTP are calculated toward total bandwidth allowd, instead of "http, pop3, and FTP (anonymous)".


    can someone please confirm what are bandwidth usages based on? HTTP/SMTP/POP3/FTP (regular or anonymous)? also are both INBOUND/OUTBOUND traffic calculated?

    For disk quota, are log files (/etc/httpd/domlogs/) and MySQL DB couted toward total disk usage?

    And I provide http://SERVERNAME/~username as a way to preview before DNS works. will that count towards users traffic?


    Thanks.:)

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  2. Mindlash

    Mindlash Well-Known Member

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    I also would like to know the answer to MySQL space and bandwidth quotas...

    Do they count against the user's quota?

    I have a potential client with 3 MySQL DB's over 150MB Each ... I just want to make sure.

    Thanks.

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    sparek-3 Well-Known Member

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    The logs and the mysql databases are not counted against the user's quota. Atleast not on our servers. The quota is only calculated on the /home partition. The domlogs are under the /usr partition and MySQL databases are under the /var partition.

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    And the http://server/~user/ and all whm, cpanel, webmail do not count against a user for bandwidth, it counts against the srever, as the server side scripts redirect to the main ip/script when using those.

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