|[FIXED] BUG: VPS Limit not updated after command line [message #52219]
||Thu, 01 January 2009 16:12
Registered: June 2007
I set the Central Backup flag for a VPS via commandline like this:
# /script/update --subaction=limit --class=vps --name=myvps.vm --v-centralbackup_flag=on
update succesfully executed
and then checked that it is set properly:
[root@srv001 ~]# /script/getproperty --class=vps --name=myvps.vm --v-centralbackup_flag=
But when I open the Limit page of this VPS via the CP, the checkbox for central backup is still unchecked.
[Updated on: Fri, 02 January 2009 08:32]
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|Re: BUG: VPS Limit not updated after command line [message #52238 is a reply to message #52219]
||Fri, 02 January 2009 01:59
Registered: July 2006
Sorry. The quota variables are all inside another object called as priv . To set the quota variable, you should set it as:|
/script/update --class=vps --name=vps.vm --subaction=limit --v-priv-centralbackup_flag=on
Please note the priv-
And to get the limit, you should use:
/script/getproperty --class=vps --name=vps.vm --v-priv-centralbackup_flag=
The [b] hiphen [b] actually shows that the variables is in another object.
On Fri, Jan 02, 2009 at 12:18:28PM +0530, Lxhelp wrote:
> It could be due to browser cache or something. Can you just refresh the page and see?