Within your WHM (Web Host Manager), you have the ability to review disk space and bandwidth usage for the cPanel accounts that you manage.

How to View Disk Space Usage

To view the disk space usage for each of your cPanel accounts:


  1. Log into your WHM
  2. Click "List Accounts", which is under the "Account Information" heading in the left menu
  3. You will see a listing of all of your accounts, and disk space usage can be seen under the "DISK USED" column.

How to view Bandwidth Usage

To view bandwidth usage for each of your cPanel accounts:


  1. Log into your WHM
  2. Click "View Bandwidth Usage", which is under the "Account Information" heading in the left menu
  3. A list of your accounts will be listed, and the bandwidth usage for the current month can be seen under "Xfer (in Megs)". You can also view usage for other months by clicking the "Last Month" and "Next Month" links.

Unlimited Hosting

Our dedicated server hosting plans do not offer unlimited disk space and bandwidth usage. However, we do offer other features that are unlimited to use. Read more here to see those features.


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n/a Points
2014-05-12 6:38 pm

My WHM only has "List Subdomains" within "Account Information". What should I do to find the "List Accounts" page? Thanks! -Des

9,968 Points
2014-05-12 6:55 pm
Hi Des, and thanks for your comment.

I took a look on your VPS, and I was also having similar behavior. It would seem that your WHM reseller user on your VPS wasn't assigned the correct Privileges from within WHM.

Please go ahead and try again now, you should see more options available on the Account Information page now.

If you're still noticing any issues, please let us know!

- Jacob
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2014-05-13 12:49 pm

So many options! Much appreciated. Thanks again. -Des

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2014-06-19 7:59 am



Can we share any docs to check bendwidth from command prompt or any open source toll by which we can map it. 

9,479 Points
2014-06-19 8:26 am
The solutions provided in this article are currently the only solutions that we provide to check bandwidth usage.

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