We are currently running into an issue where we are running out of storage space on our hosted confluence setup. I know there is a way to limit the overall attachment size to 100MB. Is there a way to limit the total amount of space User X can use on attachments (e.g. 1GB total)?
In addition, is there a way to tell what users are using the most disk space?
I have developed a number of queries to collect this information, but I'm looking for a way to limit the amount of space usage per space. I'd like to have a REST API call for the space to then prevent users from uploading when they've exceeded and certain space limit, such as 1 or 2 G for a space. I've hunted quite a lot for this and haven't been to successful.
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