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Disk Space Details/Quota Per Application

At the Application Tab. Display Application Disk Data and Disk DB usage in numeric stats and Chart.

Purpose - to help us determine what app has increased in size and/or to help manage disk size.

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Koomohost shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
completed  ·  AdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded  · 

Good news! Application disk usage information and graphs are now live , and we hope it delivers excellent value and simplify disk management for our users.
https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-view-application-disk-usage/

We understand that this feature was on the wish list of many users and the release comes a bit late than promised. The feature required extensive testing, thus requiring this long for general release.

Cloudways Team

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  • Bernard commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    2 month already since this USEFUL AND NECESSARY suggestion was made and no answers.
    Is it so complex to show the Space disk used ?
    I need to know RIGHT NOW before migrating a new domain and I dont know where to get this information.
    PLEASE PUT THIS IN THE PRIORITY !!!!!

  • imisterk commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Have been asking for this for a very long time. The only alternative is hooking up New Relic.

  • Greg commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It's critically important to be able to identify which applications are using resources for a number of reasons.

    We also need to be able to specify date and time ranges, or have access to the raw data.

    Example scenario: On Wednesday, I notice my CPU and memory usage spiked. I need to know 1- which application/s is/are causing this, and 2- if this happens every day, every Wednesday, every Wednesday since I installed some new plugin…

    I opened a ticket saying, "I'd like to see resource usage for individual applications, and I can't use New Relic because it does not provide this information." The response I got was, "You can use New Relic to for application monitoring."

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Is it not made available? It is MANDATE feature for web developers and small hosting companies.

    Please do the needful urgently.

    Thanks

  • Don Svederus commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Show the disk space used on the application list and server list would be useful to quickly help manage how much space your app is using on the server. Then you would know quickly whether to upgrade or remove files.

  • Anders Borg commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    In my case I see 18GB is used via the server monitor, but "du" only reports GB from under applications (including backups). System and database size is not included in the latter of course.

    I've found this useful for a rough estimate of application script/data sizes:

    du -ahcBK --max-depth=1 --threshold=1K --exclude='local_backups' | sort -hr

  • Jeroen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    + 1 for the file manager. Doesn't need to be as extended as on Cpanel, as I understand it's not so safe.

    But these actions are essential:

    - Ability to compress files to a ZIP / TAR.GZ / RAR
    - Ability to move / delete all the files in bulk
    ...

    Is this somehow possible without having to do this with SSH commands? They are not very user friendly...

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