First, my control panel name is "Domain Technologie Control" (DTC) and not GPLHost which is my company's name.
Second, my panel does not handle disk quota for users, but it's on the way to be supported for Postfix using a virtual map file for single box quotas (Damien Mascord founded the way). I'm not sure on how to setup the quota, if it should be a global maximum for all email accounts or what... Any hints ?
For the rest of, I'd be happy to setup user global quota for all my users, but I don't know how. Simply, I need a DIRECTORY based quota system, and Unix only provide a USER based system (my panel uses only one UID/GID, which is a nice feature I want to keep...). The only way I founded was to use loopback files, but that reduce performances, and it's not Unix system cross compatible. Moreover, if you want to setup real quotas, you have to do it with the MySQL database as well (again, one single UID/GID but directory based). The only way I've found is to only MONITOR the disk usage of my customer.
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Apologies for getting the cp name wrongly , should be Domain Technologie Control.
Anyway , it is not about $25/mth, it is about exploring new things.
Originally posted by quicklyweb VHCS cannot handle quotas yet and instalation is a big deal if you are not using DEBIAN. You might have better luck with GPL-HOST. But is it worth to take all this hassle for $25.00 per month