I want to be able to change account limits per user (increase web sites or mail domains).
I know I can create packages, but that I want is modify limits per users and I’ve a lot of users.
Is no problem for me if I need to change in a text file instead of GUI. Can I do that?
Not possible only at package level
But when I migrate a site from another server with diferent packages it keeps the limits, so I supose that I can edit it manually.
It should replace the package with the default package if I am right and that has unlimited domains and so on.
When I migrate between servers it mantains the name of package and the limits of the source hestia server.
I’ll try doing changes in “…hestia/data/users/USER/user.conf”, is dangerous manually touch that file?
Yes it is … It will reset if we run updates or rebuild the user if I am not wrong.
Be best way still remains custom packages
I understand that it is not a priority, but I think it could be a good feature in the future to be able to do so.
Thanks for all, great job!!
It is not a priority to change how the package system work, but there are several things you can do:
- create username.pkg
- create all combinations of .PKG files
- ask for / submit a pull request that creates a username.pkg from different plans.
You can have 2 DNS plans, 3 email plans, 5 web hosting plans apart from the unlimited options.
That easily makes 30-50 combinations.
Either you only limit space used or set 1 domain / user ( So clients need different users to access) to reduce complexity.
But maybe the packages should be decomposed into sub packages:
This should also apply to DNS templates:
- NS servers
- web + ftp A
- mail servers + SPF
- rest of config
Currently I have no reasons to implement it first first ipv6