In Progress CPANEL-40944 - "This account has reached the fixed block count 5120000" and incorrect "exceeded bandwidth" warnings after upgrading to 104.0.4

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You wouldn't be able to update that file manually as that will get overwritten. It's best to wait until that case is resolved, as that will change the wording to be more user friendly and also avoid the false positives.
I have noticed this too. Mostly affects accounts with unlimited setting.

But what does it even mean? What does it reference? What happens when they have reached the fixed block count?

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Kent Brockman

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Helo guys. Same issue here. It is likely to be a bug because we don't enforce inode count. Nor even using CloudLinux.

Any ETA for a fix please?
 

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I see the seed I planted has grown into a nice tree. :-D

I am sure the cPanel team will get this resolved. I will keep watching.
 

Steini Petur

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I can jump in on the same boat with everyone else here,

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I just want to point out how useless this is, whoever decided to implement this shouldconsider thelayout, We have eyes, we can also see 16GB of 20GB used, we don'tneed some fixed column that ruins the layout with this,This could have been done much better

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So it could look like this

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No one would be against that, and then just have a toggle switch in tweak "Disable Quota List - disable the quota used pie chart in list accounts"

Just a thought, but that "fixed block" is complete no need, It's like adding randomly there some of the "df -ih" data, this uses X inodes, generally we don't need this information and if we do we can just findthem through terminal.
 
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I like the new column of oportunities, very useful for us, but also have the wrong data about the block count. An account of 12.000 inodes and 4.75GB/5GB used throws the following both messages:

"This account has used 84% of its disk quota. " --> Yeah, that's true
"This account has used 86% of the block count (5120000)." --> I don't know what this means

What is that block count?
 

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How do I get rid of this in the v104.0.4 udate? It ruins the aesthetics of the list account columns by adding rows with unnecessary and incorrect data. no account has "exceeded its bandwidth quota"..

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I agree, big spaces between each row. I have 45 websites and every single website has the error. either the quota limit error or the quota limit with the block count error.
 

JoseDieguez

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I can jump in on the same boat with everyone else here,

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I just want to point out how useless this is, whoever decided to implement this shouldconsider thelayout, We have eyes, we can also see 16GB of 20GB used, we don'tneed some fixed column that ruins the layout with this,This could have been done much better

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So it could look like this

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No one would be against that, and then just have a toggle switch in tweak "Disable Quota List - disable the quota used pie chart in list accounts"

Just a thought, but that "fixed block" is complete no need, It's like adding randomly there some of the "df -ih" data, this uses X inodes, generally we don't need this information and if we do we can just findthem through terminal.
i would recommend cpanel team, to follow this recommendation..

being able to sort by Quota used on %, is much better for the "purpose" of this.
 

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i would recommend cpanel team, to follow this recommendation..

being able to sort by Quota used on %, is much better for the "purpose" of this.
Good feedback there. To further expand on this... if there is no quota, no errors should be present... and since the whole column would be useless at that point, the whole thing should be optional. Perhaps an option to select what columns are displayed for sorting purposes, I have seen many vendors do something like this.
 
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Update - we plan to do two things to address this. We're going to make the Upgrade Opportunities something that can be enabled (and I think, don't quote me yet, that it will be disabled by default) and we're also going to update the documentation a bit to provide further explanation as to what it is calculating.

As usual, there's no ETA, but I'll post updates once I get them.