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Checking the Disk Space used by a Resold account.
In November 2014 Bluehost announced that it will no longer be accepting new shared Reseller hosting signups. As part of that announcement, Bluehost announced a partnership with ResellerClub wherein Bluehost is recommending ResellerClub as the hosting partner of choice for Reseller hosting.
To learn more about this change please see: Reseller Hosting Services FAQ
This article will help you find out how much disk space a customer is using.
Login to your Reseller Account
- Log into your cPanel account.
- Under the Reseller section or tab in cPanel
- Click List Accounts
Check Disk Space
From this page you can see all your customer accounts.The third to the last column is "Disk Used", this shows how much space an account is using. please be mindful of the hosting package you are on so you know how much space you have left.
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