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 File Manager trash (trash resulting from deleting files via File Manager) are stored in /​home/​user/​.trash. You can use the "Empty Trash" option in File Manager to remove them, or delete them manually through SSH or FTP. Also, there is the 'Age of content to purge from users' File Manager Trash' setting in the System section of WHM's Tweak Settings interface (Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings). This determines the minimum age of files before the system to automatically purges them from the .trash folders in user home directories. A value of 0 configures the server to purge all files from every user's .trash folder, regardless of age. File Manager trash (trash resulting from deleting files via File Manager) are stored in /​home/​user/​.trash. You can use the "Empty Trash" option in File Manager to remove them, or delete them manually through SSH or FTP. Also, there is the 'Age of content to purge from users' File Manager Trash' setting in the System section of WHM's Tweak Settings interface (Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings). This determines the minimum age of files before the system to automatically purges them from the .trash folders in user home directories. A value of 0 configures the server to purge all files from every user's .trash folder, regardless of age.
  
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 If your disk space usage shown in cPanel is not updated in real time, you may be able to browse to cPanel -> Files -> Disk Space Usage, locate the drop-down box on that page, and click Clear File Usage Cache to force cPanel to update the current disk space consumption (depending on your cPanel version). ​ If your disk space usage shown in cPanel is not updated in real time, you may be able to browse to cPanel -> Files -> Disk Space Usage, locate the drop-down box on that page, and click Clear File Usage Cache to force cPanel to update the current disk space consumption (depending on your cPanel version). ​
control-panels/cpanel-whm/how-to-manage-trash-in-cpanel.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/10 20:13 by Karson N.