Changes the owner limits for some virtual server

This command allows you to change various limits that apply to the owner of a virtual server when they are logged into the web interface. The domain to effect is selected with the --domain or --user flag, which must be followed by a top-level domain name or administrator's username respectively.

To grant the domain owner access to some Virtualmin feature (such as mysql or webalizer), use the --allow flag followed by the feature code. To prevent access, use --disallow instead. Both flags can be given multiple times.

To change the number of domains that can be created, use the --max-doms flag followed by a number or the word UNLIMITED.
To prevent him from creating domains at all, use --max-doms NONE. Separate limits can be imposed on the number of alias and non-alias domains with the --max-aliasdoms and --max-realdoms flags.

Limits on the numbers of databases, mailboxes and mail aliases that can be created are set with the --max-dbs, --max-mailboxes and --max-aliases flags respectively. Each must be followed either with a number, or the word UNLIMITED.

To grant the domain owner access to Virtualmin UI capabilities such as editing aliases or users, the --can-edit flag should be used, followed by a capability code. Supported codes and their meanings are :

domain - Edit Virtual server details such as the description and password users - Manage mail / FTP users aliases - Manage email aliases dbs - Manage databases scripts - List and install scripts ip - Change the IP address of virtual servers ssl - Generate and upload SSL certificates forward - Setup proxying and frame forwarding admins - Manage extra administrators spam - Edit spam filtering,
delivery and clearing settings phpver - Change PHP versions mail - Edit email-related settings backup - Backup virtual servers sched - Schedule automatic backups restore - Restore virtual servers (databases and home directories only) sharedips - Move to different shared IP addresses catchall - Create catchall email aliases html - Use the HTML editor disable - Disable virtual servers delete - Delete virtual servers

Access to capabilities can also be taken away with the --cannot-edit flag.

To restrict the virtual server owner to only installing certain scripts (when using Virtualmin Pro), you can use the --scripts flag followed by a quoted list of script codes. To grant access to all script installers, use the --all-scripts flag instead.

Command Line Help

virtualmin modify-limits --domain | --user name
                        [--max-doms max|UNLIMITED|NONE]
                        [--max-aliasdoms max|UNLIMITED]
                        [--max-realdoms max|UNLIMITED]
                        [--max-mailboxes max|UNLIMITED]
                        [--max-dbs max|UNLIMITED]
                        [--max-aliases max|UNLIMITED]
                        [--can-dbname] | [--cannot-dbname]
                        [--can-rename] | [--cannot-rename]
                        [--force-under] | [--noforce-under]
                        [--read-only] | [--read-write]
                        [--allow feature]*
                        [--disallow feature]*
                        [--can-edit capability]*
                        [--cannot-edit capability]*
                        [--shell nologin|ftp|ssh]