I have fixed this issue in my recent commit.
To address this issue you will need to update your portal and enterprise (with database update) to resolve.
Current 1.1.1 update zips have the fix
You can download them here: http://installer.solidcp.com/Files/1.1.1/
(the zips have -update behind them)
i will be releasing a v1.1.2 update in a couple of days aswell so you can use the automated update script aswell.
We have installed the new Version 1.1.2 and still facing same problem.
Every quotas are controlled perfectly except the SQL Server quotas.
SolidCp can not apply the limitation we have set in hosting plan for the sql server.
We create many users and databases in a customer,but still it counted as 0 in quotas report.
Please check this issue as soon as possible.
It seems that there is noway to install a specific patch?
As you know reinstalling SolidCp is a complicated process. I have over 300 domains and databases on my server. Can you give me a full detailed manual for upgrading SolidCp?
Server reliability and customers domains setting are very important for us
Well for this issue i’m fairly sure it was a SQL variable that was off, only problem is finding the fix means going long back between tons of commits which makes it nearly impossible to find.
to update there’s several methods, an automated powershell method, aswell as manual ways here: https://solidcp.com/kb/update/
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