Inodes doesn't show correct number

businezz

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Hi, i can not find a way to figure out how to display inodes limits on user's cpanel.

I use Cloudlinux and i have set 100k limit. Now, i see there's File Usage instead of Inodes, i guess has been changed? It doesn't matter to me :)

What bothers me is, currently my users can see File Usage: 9,464 / ∞ Instead of 9,464 / 100,000

I have them set from Cloudlinux under packages, and everything else is correct.

Anyone had this issue? Is there any solution to show the correct number on the limits? Or this is something that comes from cpanel and it's out of our hands?

Thanks a lot!
 
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businezz

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Hey,
I don't have custom packages. I followed every possible documentation I found online, even my provider liquidweb went through it, they couldn't find out what’s causing it. I even tried with a brand new package without users on it, still is the same.
 

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If your CloudLinux license is purchased through cPanel we'd be happy to take a look at the system directly if you can contact our support team. If the license is purchased elsewhere, you'd need to speak with CloudLinux support directly to have them check the issue.
 

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If your CloudLinux license is purchased through cPanel we'd be happy to take a look at the system directly if you can contact our support team. If the license is purchased elsewhere, you'd need to speak with CloudLinux support directly to have them check the issue.
It's purchased from my hosting provider, i talked to them, nothing strange on their end. I guess i have to contact cloudlinux then.... Thanks!