Inode Quota 100%


DDoS Attack?


Inodes are the amount of files and folders present on your website


when will it fixed?
I have not uploaded a heavy file.


inodes are based on all of your files combined.
So if you have 20,000 tiny files you’ll have 100% inode usage.

|### How to reduce inodes?

In case your website has reached the limit on the number of inodes it contains, here are some tips on how to reduce their number:

  • Remove files that are not used any more;
  • Remove old log, cache or temporary files;
  • Remove unused image thumbnails;
  • Upgrade your plan to get more resources. [Check paid plans]

What is inode?

inode is a data structure in Linux file system, which holds all the information about your files in your Linux server. The number of files in your account indicates the relative amount of files in your account. More inode count means, more files. This inode count includes everything including emails, files, image files, data files, MySQL files, JS/HTML/CSS files and other files. Whatever you create in your account is all calculated together to find the total inode count in your account.

Why to have inode limit?

Total inode count limit prevents users from abusing the server’s shared resources. It not only affects your own website, it will affect 100s of other websites hosted on the same server.

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I only using zyro. Why 20.000 files block?


I have compiled all the files for 1 hour via ftp.
My Special Files + Hesk Support Files + Zyro Files.
Total files = 1.250
I never uploaded 20,000 files.
Webhost is not capable of removing 20,000 files on free plan.
I certainly don’t use webhost for such large files.

I get ftp errors with about 1500 files and the repair function doesn’t work. i can’t think more

Anyway Please fix.

are the databases included?
If so, I will no longer support my customers.
I’ll remove Hesk support & db.


Hesk support, how many files does it take?


Can you check tomorrow?
I deleted over 8000 1b files from /tmp/ folder


tmp files = fake traffic attack?


No just temporary files from FTP sessions before and other actions over the life of your account