I opened a ticket for the Bandwidth problem with resellers....

mpierre

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I have had YET ANOTHER client of a reseller who got suspended, and since I do not give the limit bandwidth right of resellers, there is NO way the client can unsuspend the user, since Upgrade/Downgrade doesn't change the bandwidth !

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When a client is suspended for excees bandwidth, the only way to unsuspend him is by "limit bandwidth usage".

If I upgrade it to a plan with more bandwidth, it doesn't become unsuspended !!!

And using "Suspend/Unsuspend account" doesn't work either.

I have root access, so it doesn't bother me, but since I do not give the "limit bandwidth usage" to my resellers in order to prevent them from circumventing their bandwidth allocation it means my resellers cannot unsuspend their accounts !

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s3kk3y

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this has been a problem for me as well.

For some reason, my resellers do not act on the bandwidth warning emails, and will only tak action when the site has gone over the bandwidth.

Now, when they upgrade/downgrade the account to a package that has more bandwidth, it does not automatically un-suspend the account right away. It will eventually when the disk quotas are ran but that could be hours away. The only way is for me to click on "unsuspend bandwidth exceeders" from the root WHM.

SHouldnt cpanel unsuspend the account as soon as the package changes?

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cass

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SAME PROBLEM HERE !!!

Damn... My resellers can't wait to me to do "Unsuspend All Bandwidth Exeders" ....

There is ANY WAY a reseller can unsuspend their sites ?

The suspend/unsuspend link DOES NOTHING.

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B12Org

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do the limit bandwidth and change the number to a higher number, or do the "reset quotas to package bandwidth" option is whm.

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s3kk3y

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But that still needs our (root owner) intervention.

What we want is something that will automatically unsuspend the reseller clients site when the reseller up's the bandwidth.

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B12Org

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You need to tell it to unsuspend after wards, other wise it will wait until it refreshes (i think it does it twice a day), or wait till next month :) You are better off spending the 15 seconds and doing it right away.

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PbG

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Remember there is generally a 15 min delay before Cp udates quotas unless you have Disabled Disk Quota display caching in the "Tweak Settings".

Originally posted by s3kk3y


SHouldnt cpanel unsuspend the account as soon as the package changes?

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s3kk3y

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B12Org, I think you are missing the point.

We know how to unsuspend the site from the root's WHM, but resellers cannot. Even if they bump up the bandwidth limit for an account that exceeded its bandwidth, it is still suspended. This is what needs to be changed.

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s3kk3y

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Originally posted by PbG
Remember there is generally a 15 min delay before Cp udates quotas unless you have Disabled Disk Quota display caching in the "Tweak Settings".
Does the disk quota cache also apply to bandwidth quota caching?

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B12Org

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It will auto refresh, if you read what I said earlier, it auto refreshes twice a day. You can either wait for it to do it, or you can take the 15 seconds it takes to do the script and do it right then and there. The choice is yours.

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techark

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Originally posted by B12Org
It will auto refresh, if you read what I said earlier, it auto refreshes twice a day. You can either wait for it to do it, or you can take the 15 seconds it takes to do the script and do it right then and there. The choice is yours.

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If you take the time to read what every one is saying yes they know it will auto refresh if you wait and if you have root you can run the script right away. BUT resellers cannot run the script so they have to open a trouble ticket to get us to unsuspend their accounts.

That is the point of this thread is give the resellers a way to unsuspend the accounts themselves and save us the flood of tickets at the end of each month.

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mrmax

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reseller asks

Is there a way from shell for a reseller to release the suspended account.

I am waiting on my host tech to unsuspend the account,
I can't.

My client didn't go over bandwidth either, I set the pkg up incorectly.
I tried a pkg upgrade that didn't work.

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digitalSite

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Originally posted by cass
SAME PROBLEM HERE !!!

Damn... My resellers can't wait to me to do "Unsuspend All Bandwidth Exeders" ....

There is ANY WAY a reseller can unsuspend their sites ?

The suspend/unsuspend link DOES NOTHING.

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SAME PROBLEM HERE!!!

This is ridiculous! Also, My reseller said that he is not receiving the warning bandwidth emails :eek:

What do I have to check or what do I have to do to make sure he receives them for his clients' accounts :confused:

ANY help is greatly appreciated!

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B12Org

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No, I do not believe there is a way to get arround that unless you give the reseller "all features". And that could be very dangerous.

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butch

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Argh!

This has been a problem for a long time now.

All cpanel has to do is put in a bandwidth check into the upgrade/downgrade script. If the new BW limit is above the BW used, then it should invoke the "unsuspended bandwidth exceeders" script. If not, then it does not have to do anything.
 

dukerdog

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Just had this happen to me today from a reseller. It's REDICULOUS that it happens. Please fix this cPanel!!!
 

B12Org

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Originally posted by techark
If you take the time to read what every one is saying yes they know it will auto refresh if you wait and if you have root you can run the script right away. BUT resellers cannot run the script so they have to open a trouble ticket to get us to unsuspend their accounts.

That is the point of this thread is give the resellers a way to unsuspend the accounts themselves and save us the flood of tickets at the end of each month.

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I took the time to read it. Your next question should be do I care if resellers cant? I am glad that they can not first of all, because then they can not circumvent anything that is already in place, and anything that happens, I get to know about, instead of them "going arround me" to solve the problem.

Plus, if its every month, they should either expect it, or upgrade their accounts to have more bandwidth. Its that easy. Once I can understand. If you are experiencing a flood, then I suggest changing your plans, or upgrade some of your clients.

This isnt a problem with cpanel, its doing exactly what its supposed to do, and I for one am very glad that it is. I would not want resellers to have that ability.
 

mpierre

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Plus, if its every month, they should either expect it, or upgrade their accounts to have more bandwidth. Its that easy. Once I can understand. If you are experiencing a flood, then I suggest changing your plans, or upgrade some of your clients.
You completly missed the point !!!

The problem is that even when a reseller upgrades an account, the account remains suspended until after the next bandwidth check !!!

Let's say a reseller has 10 GB of bandwidth to allocate, and has 4 client with 1 GB each.

once of them busts, so he upgrades him to a 2 GB plan.

The client will remain suspended until the next time the bandwidth will be checked, up to 24 hours later !

If we, as root, then go edit the limit bandwidth, and put the SAME limit ( 2 GB ) as the reseller had put, the client will unsuspend imediatly !
 

B12Org

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In all reality I have never had it take more than at most 6 hours.

You could easily overcome that by scheduling the unsuspend script to run by a cron once per hour or half hour or something.

There are ways arround it, stop complaining.
 

butch

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Originally posted by B12Org
In all reality I have never had it take more than at most 6 hours.
Your reseller did not mind that one of his accounts was suspended for 6 hours?

You must have a really forgiving reseller.

This still needs to be fixed. As I wrote earlier in this post, this is all that needs to be done by CPANEL:

All cpanel has to do is put in a bandwidth check into the upgrade/downgrade script. If the new BW limit is above the BW used, then it should invoke the "unsuspended bandwidth exceeders" script. If not, then it does not have to do anything.