Temporarily remove insert, update permissions from database when a pre-defined size-limit (quota) is exceeded
When mysql database size reaches it's quota e.g. 1GB insert,update permissions are removed for that databases users. permissions are restored when database is within quota.
in short it should stop the ability of the database growing in size but not stop basic functions like reading existing data...
this would be fine to run on the quota check cron or somethng.
At the moment it is not possible in Plesk for Linux to limit the MySQL database size.
Like stated in this article:
In Plesk for Windows apparently this feature is already implemented.
I would really look forward for this function.
What I have seen so far in the changelog for Plesk Obsidian, this is not listed so I assume this feature has not made it in to the new Plesk version.
How to limit MySQL databases size for a subscription
I would be amazing if we could specify the database size (limit) for each subscription/plan.