it is weird and confuse to me.
what is the different in : virtual servers top-level servers alias servers non-alias servers
any example to help to understand these terms ?
currently , I just understand : 1 virtual server = multiple domain ( already tried ) sub-server = another domain under virtual server ( can more than one ) , for file structure, can check /home
I have tried use directadmin for years (with admin>reseller>users) not a touch the installation level in directadmin
admin can delete user, but cannot create reseller can create user and package user , can add the domain [it is easy to understand, but still have something not good]
this is a large user management topic in user levels...
in virtualmin : create reseller : will also create a webmin user create a virtual server : will also create a webmin user and user & group
create a virtual server under reseller account ( eg. the reseller account name is : helloworld), in my view, i expect to create virtual server which should understand the same webmin user : helloworld, but cannot, I force to user a new username or automatically generate a new one.
my solution now: when create a reseller, will name it : rhelloworld
I don't understand, any better user structure... maybe something I don't know why need this structure.
I have attached the image which may help to explain my question
confuse point 1) on the image right side : "No more servers can be added, you have reached your reseller maximum of 0." but I can click "batch create servers"...
confuse point 2) : No more servers can be added , what server ? virtual server ? top-level server ? alias server ? non-alias server ? ...
confuse point 3) : on the image left side : maximum virtual servers = 3, but on image right side : didn't see the "create virtual server" button but if I change non-alias server = 1 , then I can see the create virtual server button