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  • Matty Bwoy
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    That'd be a pretty easy hack to do wouldn't it?

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  • john_rsd
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    Originally posted by poolking
    I don't think you can check the size via the admin cp.
    Thats cool, no big deal, just wanted to check I had not missed it somewhere as I am still getting used to the change in the nomenclature between vb and phpBB

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by john_rsd
    Thanks, I can also do the same by using phpMyAdmin I was just wondering if I could see it in the main admin panel to make it easier (was first page in admin CP when i used phpBB2).
    I don't think you can check the size via the admin cp.

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  • john_rsd
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    Originally posted by poolking
    Have you performed a backup of the database yet? If so just FTP into your account and check the size there.
    Thanks, I can also do the same by using phpMyAdmin I was just wondering if I could see it in the main admin panel to make it easier (was first page in admin CP when i used phpBB2).

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by john_rsd
    Is there a quick way to see what the database size is from within the admin cp? instead of in MySql admin? I want to monitor DB size as I only have a 50M quota allocated for it and attachments will take up considerable space.
    Have you performed a backup of the database yet? If so just FTP into your account and check the size there.

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  • john_rsd
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    Database size

    Is there a quick way to see what the database size is from within the admin cp? instead of in MySql admin? I want to monitor DB size as I only have a 50M quota allocated for it and attachments will take up considerable space.

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