Ways to free up cPanel server space

Most of the time, we are advise to keep our server disk space clean. To ensure it is clean, you may follow the following step,

1) Clean yum cache file

yum clean all

2) Delete fantastico backup file

rm -rfv /home/*/fantastico_backups

3) Delete cPanel backup file

rm -rfv /home/*/backup*.tar.gz

4) Delete cPanel file manager temp file

rm -fv /home/*/tmp/Cpanel_*

5) Terminate unwanted account

To show which account is suspended:

ls /var/cpanel/suspended

Terminate them (y/n is depend on if you wish to remain the DNS or not)

/scripts/killacct user y/n

Calculate Folder size with ASP.Net

It is very important for a server space to be available time by time instead of always getting disk critical error from a server.

However, it is not possible for a server administrator to always log into the server to check the available space or used space for a folder.

Instead of using the server script to send an email to the administrator, user could use the ASP.Net script to show the used space.

VB Script:

Imports System
Imports System.Linq
Imports System.IO

Module Module1

Sub Main()
   Dim dInfo As New DirectoryInfo("C:/Articles")
   ' set bool parameter to false if you
   ' do not want to include subdirectories.
   Dim sizeOfDir As Long = DirectorySize(dInfo, True)

   Console.WriteLine("Directory size in MB : " & _
    "{0:N2} MB", (CDbl(sizeOfDir)) / (1024 * 1024))

End Sub

Private Function DirectorySize(ByVal dInfo As DirectoryInfo, _
   ByVal includeSubDir As Boolean) As Long
   ' Enumerate all the files
   Dim totalSize As Long = dInfo.EnumerateFiles() _
     .Sum(Function(file) file.Length)

   ' If Subdirectories are to be included
   If includeSubDir Then
     ' Enumerate all sub-directories
     totalSize += dInfo.EnumerateDirectories() _
      .Sum(Function(dir) DirectorySize(dir, True))
   End If
   Return totalSize
End Function

End Module