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hard disk quota --> unsupported ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by webunity, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    Hello, i am running Plesk 7.5.2 reloaded on Fedora core 2 (modified). I want to limit my client's "hard disk quota" to 100mb and diskspace to 200mb.

    so:
    - hosting: 100mb
    - disk space: 200mb (backups etc)

    I have setup my templates but when i try to add a new domain using these templates i get the message "hard disk quota" unsupported. I have tried to find an answer but i can't seem to find why i can't set the harddisk quota. Anybody?
     
  2. demonicnewbie

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    I'm also getting a similar problem. When I try and implement a disk quota on a domain I get the following error message:-

    I am also running FC2 and 7.5.2
    I have looked everywhere but can not find a fix for this issue...

    any ideas?
     
  3. demonicnewbie

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    Interestingly enough removing the mambo rpm solve my problems.

    I wanted mambo though :(

    It makes me laugh that a core rpm causes me soo much grief.

    Is there an update for it ?
     
  4. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    Still doesn't solve my problem. Where did you remove mambo? On the server itself?
     
  5. demonicnewbie

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    i removed it using rpm -e mambo from a ssh session
     
  6. rasta@

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    i have the same problem, the sw-support sends me an email with a new usermng file, this one i've copied to /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin and the problem was solved
     
  7. demonicnewbie

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    Could you email it to me?
     
  8. rasta@

    rasta@ Guest

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    please show your mail adress, then i will sent it to you
     
  9. demonicnewbie

    demonicnewbie Guest

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    done...

    thx
     
  10. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    Hello, If you can email me also thesame file, it would be greatly appreciated!

    support [monkeytail] webunity [period] nl
     
  11. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    It still isn't working. Aint there any SW-soft employee reading these forums?

    Server info:
    General: CPU GenuineIntel, Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz
    Version: psa v7.5.2_build75050204.17 os_FedoraCore 2
    OS: Linux 2.6.11.5
     
  12. divad

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  13. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    Still didn't fix the problem. Which user/group is the usermng file suppose to be? And does it have to do anything with fstab?
     
  14. divad

    divad Guest

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    Maybe quotas are simply unsupported by your kernel configuration...

    Did you find something related to quotas in your fstab ?

    -David
     
  15. webunity

    webunity Guest

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    Quotas are supported by my kernel.

    I found a misconfiguration in fstab, but i am not yet sure if thats the problem. I am not sure who caused the misconfiguration, but it certainly wasn't me. Because of the change in the fstab file i am going to reboot my server in a few hours.

    By the way, where can i set harddisk quota when a domain is allready created?
     
  16. divad

    divad Guest

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    In "Limits" under the domain administration.

    -David
     
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