Since quotas will start by giving the command service quota restart, I wondered if I could use this to make quotas start during bootup.The only difference between restart and the way quotas a... [by slashslash]
on 07/29/2009 – Made popular on 07/29/2009
I have VirtualMin installed on a development server running CentOS 6.5. None of the users have explicit quotas, yet periodically I get write issues when running as that user. If I run as root, I have no problems writing.
I am using a Hetzner box on which I have configured my partitions to use LVM, and have set /home as a xfs filesystem. I use Webmin to administer the box which is running Debian 7.6, and have the following problem when trying to use quotas on there :
Webmin says that quotas can only be enabled at mount.
Just got my first dedicated server running, I'm facing this problem
Output of /scripts/fixquotas
root@whm [/dev]# /scripts/fixquotas
Installing Default Quota Databases......Done
Quota Mode: Linux
journaled quota support: kernel supports, user space tools supports (available)
Warning : Your system does not have a separate filesystem for backups.
I'm struggling a great deal with what would seem like a simple (and common) problem.
I'm managing F20 desktops using LDAP as an authentication backend. I'm simply attempting to limit each user who logs into the system to 1GB of space in their home directory, but this doesn't seem to be possible with filesystem quotas as I understand them now.