6.5. Container management
- The name of the container is a link to the container settings.
- — changing the name of the container.
- — link for web access to the container.
- Disk space:
- Set container volume limit.
- - changing the container volume limit.
- Used disk space.
- The number of inodes used.
- "Create a " — creating a new container.
- FTP access data is generated automatically when the container is created.
- FTP access cannot be disabled.
Allows you to work with the contents of the container using FTPclient.
FTP access is supported by both types of containers.
- "Host" (server) — FTP server address.
- "Login" — FTP user login.
- "FTP URL" — link in the format
ftp://login@host:port/, which contains all connection data, except for the password. Can be used to quickly connect with FTPclient.
- "Password" — FTP user password.
- "File manager" — opening the contents of the container in filemanager control panel.
- "Change password" — change the FTP user password.
- By default, the container does not have users for web access. You need to create them yourself. Without the created users, the contents of the container will not be accessible through the browser.
- The read/write settings affect access to the entire container. You cannot set access to individual directories only.
- "Login" — user login.
- "Read" — access to view and download any files from the container.
- "Recording " — access to create directories and upload files to the container.
- "Date of creation" — date of user creation.
- "Login" — user login.
- "Password" — user password. ⚠️ For security reasons, passwords are not stored on the hosting.
- "Access" — access rights to the container: "Read" or "Reading and writing".
Attention!By default, access to the gallery through the browser is not password protected.
- "Password Protect" — inclusion or disabling access to the gallery by password.
- "Set new password" — password to access the gallery through the browser. ⚠️ For security reasons, passwords are not stored on the hosting.
File download links
File download links only support public containers.
- List of created links for downloading files and download directories for each of them.
- Create a new link:
- "Suffix for link" — a mandatory suffix that will be added to the end of the link (the link will look like
- "Link password" — password to access the download page in the browser.
- "Download directory" — the directory where files will be saved when downloading through the browser. Available options:
- "YYYY/MM" — when loading, a directory with the current year and a subdirectory with the number of the month will be created.
- "YYYY/MM/DD" — when loading, a directory with the current year and subdirectories with the number of the month and day will be created.
- "Mine" — when loading, its own directory will be created. When specifying your catalog, you can use shortcodes for the current year, month, and day.
Allows you to add your own logo, which will be displayed instead of the standard one in the public container web access interface.
- Files for loading can be selected only before its launch.
- A running download cannot be paused, you can only wait for it to complete or cancel it.
- After the download is complete, no data is distributed.
- The download list displays data for the last 7 days.
- The maximum download speed is 256 Mb/s, the minimum is 50 Kb/s.
- The download stops if within 2 minutes the speed is less than 50 Kb / s or equal to 0.
Allows you to upload files to a container using torrents. To download, use a torrent file or a magnet link. In distributions with a large number of files, you can choose which ones to upload.
Allows you to configure automatic deletion of files in the container after a certain number of days have passed since they were uploaded or last modified. For example, this can be useful when backup copies of some data are loaded into the container on a daily basis, or the container is used for regular exchange of files that need to be systematically cleaned up.