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  1. keenfisher007

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    hi everyone

    just wanted to know, how i would find where 380gb of bandwidth were used by my server (says my providers billing system)

    In my WHM theres 3 accounts which display total of 2 GB usage.

    where did this 380gb go?? i can see most of it is related to uploads.

    after rebooting the server, it stopped using bandwith, i was suspicious of cpanel updates trying to download large files to the server and failing then downloading again which may have used the bandwidth (i disabled all auto updates) however not sure.

    please help

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    thanks for the reply

    Provider accepted the problem was on their end, and reset my bandwidth :)

    thanks
     
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