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Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by louischang, Oct 29, 2002.

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  1. louischang

    louischang Guest

    Every times when the client's website over the transfer limit
    the homepage will show&Bandwidth Limit Exceeded&
    Can I chang these word?where to change?
     
  2. iain-pczap.net

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    well u would need to make a custom error page from the main account.

    AKA if whm/cpanel was on mydomain.com you would find apache's error pages and then change the page for 509 errors.

    If it don't work then never mind but it should!
     
  3. louischang

    louischang Guest

    [quote:a9317dde29][i:a9317dde29]Originally posted by iain-pczap.net[/i:a9317dde29]

    well u would need to make a custom error page from the main account.

    AKA if whm/cpanel was on mydomain.com you would find apache's error pages and then change the page for 509 errors.

    If it don't work then never mind but it should![/quote:a9317dde29]


    where? on WHM?
     
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    The message that you see is complied in the mod_bwlimited.so file in/usr/local/apache/libexec

    You would need to modify the mod_bwlimited.c file in /usr/local/cpanel/apache and recompile mod_bwlimited.
     
  5. iain-pczap.net

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    better advice than mines :P
     
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