Resellers may view their unique totals for disk space usage and bandwidth transfer usage via WHM at the following menu path:Is it possible for reseller to see a total bw and disk space usage for all his accounts in WHM? As I can only see that logged in as root and going to reseller center.
For root or resellers with root privileges, the following area in the Reseller Center may be used:Well that was in an unexpected location. Can you help me with this then - where in WHM root can I see how much disk space / bandwidth usage against resource limits?
The Reseller Center report only seems to show reseller usage against their own allocations.
Same goes for the main bandwidth report.
Is there some way we can report usage against resource limits?
Additionally, the following pages in WHM may also be used for accessing related information and functions:
WHM: Main >> Account Information >> List Accounts
WHM: Main >> Account Information >> View Bandwidth Usage
WHM: Main >> Account Functions >> Limit Bandwidth Usage
WHM: Main >> Account Functions >> Quota Modification >> Show All Accounts
View Bandwidth Usage
Thank you for clarifying further; I believe I misunderstood (thinking primarily of per-user-account resource limits and usage). If you're referring to reseller account creation resource limits compared to the resource usage totals of each reseller I am not aware of a specific report that includes this at the present time; however, I believe this idea is an excellent candidate for a feature request. I recommend posting a feature request to have the WHM Reseller Center include a report of the desired per-reseller resource usage totals comparing it to per-reseller account creation limits.Thanks cPanelDon,
However as I said (perhaps unclearly) the Usage Stats report does not show usage againt *Resource Limits* but against allocations - and a reseller that can oversell can have any allocations they please.
I am looking for a report that would show me (preferably on one page) all resellers their resource limits and the usage against those limits).
Unless I am suffering a bug and this report is supposed to show resource limits?
The described 2-step process will work to compare the defined per-reseller account creation resource limits versus the resource usage information.1) Reseller centre, open Edit Privileges and note resource limits
2) Reseller center, view stats, compare to noted resource limits
To simplify the process (and minimize the steps as per your example) it will be necessary to submit a feature request using the available method as was suggested earlier; this is the best method and will ensure the idea is considered. Submitting a feature request will increase the attention for the idea and it will also allow for others to express interest and offer additional feedback and contribute relevant discussion. Your suggestions are greatly appreciated.Hello cPanelDon
Thanks for your reply, but it looks like I wasn't being clear again. I understood that this process would work - I described it after all. My question was whether it was the best way.
Particularly as for 50 resellers this would be a 100 step process, not a 2 step process.
I cannot find an API call either, so we can fix this in the meantime. Is there one?
I am not aware of a different method via the interface or via existing XML-API functions than what was described earlier; I believe the described interpretation is a reasonable conclusion.I am just trying to be clear - I don't want to set up a process where we have administrators spending hours trawling through these stats each week if there is a better way we can do it.
To help clarify, please note that reseller account-creation resource limits are distinctly different from and apply differently than per-user-account resource limits; at the present time it is only the per-user-account resource limits that are applicable to the configurable e-mail notifications.I am also assuming that none of the email notifications for usage refer to resource limits either? So a reseller themselves would not be aware that their customers had gone over the limit without manually checking in the Add New Account part of WHM?
Ah, a small amount of light shining on this! Thanks, I wasn't aware of that file, and that at least puts us in a position where we can automate emailing customers that overuse.For reference (and or as a reminder if it's already known), the reseller account-creation resource limits configuration is stored in the following file that could be parsed by script or manually viewed as needed:
Resellers may view their usage as detailed earlier in this thread. Please reference the following post for details about where to find the information via WHM: cPanel Forums - View Single Post - View Usage/Stats and Manage?I guess this usage box doesn't show on cpanel 11.25 (reseller whm)
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