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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by levilee, May 31, 2012.

  1. levilee

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    i enabled whm sent notification to specifield email address when one account reach 82.5% of it's disk usage, but sometimes it seems send the notification too late. For example, one of my account has reached the limit at 1PM, but i receive notification untill 11PM, so if the account is full, this account will can't work for ten hours, i think it's terrible.

    Now if there is a way i can control the time interval? Can i set WHM send notification at once when one account reach the limit?
     
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    WHM > Server Configuration > Tweak Settings, Notification tab is where you can tweak your settings of course. You might want to try lowering the percent to give an earlier warning. I would think you could edit the cronjob for this, but why? If a user is filling up an account so quickly he needs a larger account anyway, or at least, an earlier warning.
     
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    The disk quota notifications are not real time. They are produced when upcp runs.
     
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    If all my cronjob is below, which one should i edit to change the time interval?

     
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