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9/8/2015 10:48 AM
 
Hi,

I think 6x used to show how much disk space a portal used by viewing "admin --> file management" but I don't see it displayed in 7x. Was it moved?

Thanks!
Mark
 
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9/9/2015 12:36 PM
 
Seems like it was removed for some reason (I recall there being an exception for large sites i.e. >2GB, perhaps that's why). Currently you can right click a folder and you can view how much is used but I don't see a way to do it per portal. Feel free to log an enhancement to support.dnnsoftware.com if you'd like it restored.

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9/9/2015 4:18 PM
 
I assume, it became more difficult to constraint size with new folder providers (where folders might reside on external drives or in the cloud) and it would result in site issues, if local file cache gets restricted, i.e. cache files not written to disc.

 

With disk space becoming so inexpensive, is there really still a need to restrict it?

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