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Disk size

On my CPanel i see these values

Disk Quota: Unlimited
Disk Space Used 75 MB
Disk Free Unlimited
Inodes Used 15 % (4404 of 30019)

If my math is right, that mean we have only 500MB Disk?

If not, may I know what is the actual size of the disk for each user? :D
Note: I use the free plan

Comments

  • free space is 8796093022208 MB :smile:

  • if we assume you do not have a single folder
    but put everything in the root
    max file size is 10MB
    and the number of inodes is max 30019

    it turns out that you have about 300.19 GB
    although slightly smaller, because it depends on the max file size (10 is allowed or this is the value when delete action is activated)

  • @OxyDac said:
    if we assume you do not have a single folder
    but put everything in the root
    max file size is 10MB
    and the number of inodes is max 30019

    it turns out that you have about 300.19 GB
    although slightly smaller, because it depends on the max file size (10 is allowed or this is the value when delete action is activated)

    This is how my folders looks

    📂root
    --📂htdocs
    ----📁wordpress
    --📂i.[domain]
    ----📂htdocs
    ------📁img
    ------📁gif
    ------📁other

    And I don't think the total size of these is 15% (45GB) of 300.19GB :/

  • edited October 30

    I think you don't understand me
    I have tried to calculate how much would be the maximum utilization of space
    so that all files that are stored are 10MB (max file size)

    of course it is not the same if you have 500 files that are 10KB in 10 subfolders

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inode

    https://infinityfree.net/support/inode-limit/

  • I will try to simplify :smile:

    your question was "how much disk space each user"

    that space depends on the number of used inodes

    if each stored file uses their maximum size (10MB)
    then the size of the space that the user can use is greater

    if the user has thousands of small files (1KB and so on)
    then the size of the space that the user can use is smaller

    because a much smaller number of inodes is available (he used them a lot when storing smaller files)

    when I mention files you need to understand the main concept in linux "all is a FILE"

    directory is file (spec file)
    hard disk is a file (spec file)
    all is a file

  • @OxyDac said:
    I will try to simplify :smile:

    your question was "how much disk space each user"

    that space depends on the number of used inodes

    if each stored file uses their maximum size (10MB)
    then the size of the space that the user can use is greater

    if the user has thousands of small files (1KB and so on)
    then the size of the space that the user can use is smaller

    because a much smaller number of inodes is available (he used them a lot when storing smaller files)

    when I mention files you need to understand the main concept in linux "all is a FILE"

    directory is file (spec file)
    hard disk is a file (spec file)
    all is a file

    My bad, I got it now, the problem is that I use the i.[domain] subdomain for pictures and of that each file is smaller than 1MB :(

  • I hope you understand

    I do not know why you think it's bad - you only use 15% inodes

    it is normal and desirable that these images are not large
    otherwise your page will be loading slowly for visitors

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