How To Use the Disk Space Usage Tool in cPanel

Reading Time: 2 minutes This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel on your VPS server or Dedicated server, and are starting on the home screen. Let’s learn how to use the Disk Space Usage tool. cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--01
  1. Click the “Disk Usage” icon.cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--02
  2. From here you can see how much storage space is being used by each directory and sub-directory in your account.cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--03
  3. At the bottom of the page is a collapsible list of directories.cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--04
  4. Clicking on a plus sign will expand the directory revealing the specific files and folders within.cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--05
  5. Clicking an actual folder name …cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--06
  6. … will launch File Manager, showing the contents of that folder.cpanel-paperlantern-16-disk--07
  7. You can choose to sort the folders by name, or by disk usage.
 

How to Easily Remove EMail From a cPanel Server

Reading Time: 2 minutesAllowing e-mail to build up in an account can lead to many troublesome issues like low disk space, sudden domain quota problems, and more. This article will cover several options that are available to remove those old messages and get your e-mail running smoothly again. Continue reading “How to Easily Remove EMail From a cPanel Server”

How to Use the du Command in Linux

Reading Time: 3 minutesThanks to df, we know how to find information about the overall health of our disks, but we’re left to our own devices to find the details, specifically as to what’s taking up the most space.  The good news is that we’re in luck, as I’ve learned a trick from a great hunter that will help us through this task:  Just look for ducks! Continue reading “How to Use the du Command in Linux”