hack8hide

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I'm uploading my files to the server.
- .htm, .jpg

some .htm files cannot be uploaded and all .jpg files never uploaded and always displaying the message below after trying to upload those files.

"C:\Users\***\Desktop\***\4.jpg: unknown Bytes: 0% Complete FAILED! :Unknown error or disk quota exceeded."


need help please, admin admin?:confused:
 

cPanelTristan

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Hi,

First off, you've probably already checked this, but you aren't over your disk quota on your account?

Next, check that the server itself isn't over disk quota. If the server has a limit on allowed FTP upload sizes, you could likewise be reaching that quota.

Finally, there could be filters in place causing the restriction, so check for any filters that might be on the server such as mod_security restrictions or otherwise.

Thanks.
 

Infopro

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I'm uploading my files to the server.
- .htm, .jpg

some .htm files cannot be uploaded and all .jpg files never uploaded and always displaying the message below after trying to upload those files.

"C:\Users\***\Desktop\***\4.jpg: unknown Bytes: 0% Complete FAILED! :Unknown error or disk quota exceeded."


need help please, admin admin?:confused:
You'd be better off to ask your host for assistance with this. He can let you know if you are over quota or not easy enough.
 

hack8hide

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Thanks

Thanks, i'll check bout the filter. Maybe that's the problem.

'bout this quota, huh- I never uploaded anything. the account is very fresh. and first time to upload, but that's the message displaying. s**k:mad:
 

linux7802

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Solution

I would like to recommend you first check the quota for your main hosting account and if its correct then check the quota for your FTP account which you are using to upload the file and its also correct then remove .ftpquota file from your hosting account present under the /home/user but if you are still having any problem then check the error logs for your FTP account.

tail -f /var/log/messages

If you are not able to check the logs then please contact your web hosting provider and consult this issue with them as they are having control over your domain hosted server.