Anyone make sense of this?
We are running RedHat 7.1.
Apr 14 09:47:53 ls-001 useradd: new user: name=admin79, uid=581,
gid=581, home=/home/virtual, shell=/bin/false
Apr 14 09:47:53 ls-001 : add_virtual_domain site79
Apr 14 09:47:54 ls-001 kernel: VFS: Quota for id 581 referenced but not
Apr 14 09:47:54 ls-001 kernel: VFS: Can't read quota structure for id 581.
Now, at closer look I found this error at server bootup:
Apr 14 18:25:44 ls-001 : virtualhosting: [warning] /sbin/quotaon -au failed
Apr 14 18:25:45 ls-001 : virtualhosting: [warning] /sbin/quotaon -ag failed
Maybe this will help. Doing a "uname -a" I get:
Linux ls-001.softerweb.net 2.4.9-31 #1 Tue Feb 26 07:11:02 EST 2002 i686 unknown
rpm -q quota gives:
It seems like a corrupted quota file. Try running quotacheck.
It the problem apperars again it might be a bug in a kernel (2.4.9 is a bit old) - try upgrading it (you'll need RH kernel for new quota format support).
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