When using version 1 quota with kernel 2.4.29 ( quota.*
files ) webmin Disk Quotas module does not work and
does not recognize the quota system.
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What does the command
/sbin/quotaon -p /filesystem
output on your system, when run as root at the shell prompt?
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> What does the command
> /sbin/quotaon -p /filesystem
> output on your system, when run as root at the shell prompt?
servername:/ # /usr/sbin/quotaon -p /
group quota on / (/dev/hda3) is off
user quota on / (/dev/hda3) is off
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here some additional information:
After a kernel update to 2.4.29 I get the following failure
"quotaon: Quota format not supported in kernel."
I managed to get the quotas work on the command shell but
not with webmin as I followed the following hints:
quotacheck -v -c -F vfsold -m /
That created the quota file /quota.user that works fine on
the command line but when I try to enable quota from the
webmin interface, webmin tries to create a /aquota.user file
so I think that this is a kind of quots version problem.
Heres also a output of quotastats:
Kernel quota version: 6.5.1
Number of dquot lookups: 34409723
Number of dquot drops: 34388217
Number of dquot reads: 163
Number of dquot writes: 40098
Number of quotafile syncs: 1636
Number of dquot cache hits: 685308
Number of allocated dquots: 80
Number of free dquots: 28
Number of in use dquot entries (user/group): 52
When I try to enable the Quotas via webmin ( SYSTEM -> DISK
QUOTAS ) I click on the "Enable Quotas" under Column
"Action" and nothing happens, the website gets refreshed but
theres still the "Enable Quotas" under "Action" and on the
command line I can see that it tried to build the
One thing you should try is loading the quota_v2 kernel
module, with :
and then trying to enable quotas with :
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