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Just added a subdomain... [moved]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rae-diance, Jul 6, 2006.

  1. rae-diance

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    I've just added my first hostee to my website. Right now I am setting up their FTP account in cPanel. My website has unlimited space and unmetered bandwith(prolinkhosting.com). I would like my hostees to only have 100 MB of space. Is the quota field where I set up the amount of space they have?
     
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    There are two ways to achieve this:

    1) Create a predefined package with a quota of 100MB (WHM -> Packages -> Add Packages) to be applied to new accounts that are setup.

    2) In the accounts list (WHM -> Account Information -> List Accounts) there's a column entitled 'Quota' where you can modify quotas on a per-user basis.
     
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    Whm?

    Thanks, but what is WHM?
     
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    WHM would be the interface you're using to setup accounts. It provides (more or less) global access to the server, whereas the cPanel interface is merely a subset of this providing your accounts with much more restricted access to things.

    WHM is: http://yoursite.com:2086

    whereas cPanel is: http://yoursite.com:2082

    You will notice a significant difference between the two.
     
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