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FTPquota problem after upgrade Cpanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Alain Leonard, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. Alain Leonard

    Alain Leonard Member

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    Hello,

    After upgrade cpanel (WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-R47 CentOS 4.4 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0 ), the ftp quota user do not appear any more.

    In Cpanel FTP account page (no anonymous) i have :

    FTP Disk Usage/Quotas
    No Ftp Accounts have a quota set.

    But one user have a quota

    In /home/user/public_html/ftp_user/ i don't have .ftpquota file, but in /home/user/etc/ftpquota is correct.

    For exemple, 100 Mo of quota for one user and it can download 150 Mo or more

    fixquota, fixeverything or other don't fix that.

    Before the upgrade, this quota functioned.

    Quota for email account is ok


    anyone help me please ?
     
  2. FC5_Slut

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    Same Issue, have also been introduced to missing an FTP account entirely on top of re-adding and not having use of it's quota bar.
     
  3. FC5_Slut

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    louisg1 Active Member

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    i am also having this problem
     
  5. AlexAT

    AlexAT Well-Known Member
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    10 days since that ticket created and R47 already changed to R57 but that bug still not even reviewed by cPanel stuff (even if there are internal support tickets).

    Interesting how we can point their attention more to it?
     
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