Hello, We use cpRemote from Syslint to backup our cpanel accounts/databases/emails/.... Here is the scenario: Server A: cpanel server, used for hosting + used for backup space (all backups are stored under one cpanel account /home/xyz) Server B: cpanel server, used for hosting and backups up everything using cpremote to "Server A" What happened is today I received complaints from 2 customers on Server A, regarding wrong disk usage. Further look in the forum I came across: http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/disk-space-281802.html#post1178222 Although it took more than 6 hours, and it never finished and I had to quit the "find" command, I able to go through the output of that in the saved file, and came across those files in Server A: "/home/xyz/backups_from_server_B/user_from_server_b/...." having strange owner and group. Basically, all those back up files were owned by the complaining user. When consulting with cpremote, this is their response: According to Syslint this is "QUITE normal", not normal to me at all. It is messing up my hosting/disk space stats and my business relations with my customers. What do you think is best to do in this case? Does cPanel scan the whole home directory for file/folders belonging to a user when calculating consumed disk space? I appreciate any help on this matter. Thank you.