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Diggo 30th April 2012 12:02

The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Apache2...) - quota problem.
 
Hi folks,

i´ve recently got a problem following this howto.

When it comes to the step to activate the quota, my system says:
Quote:

root@myhost:/home/someuser# quotaon -avug
quotaon: verwende //quota.group auf /dev/disk/by-uuid/... [/]: Kein passender Prozess gefunden
quotaon: Quotaformat wird vom Kernel nicht unterstützt.
quotaon: verwende //quota.user auf /dev/disk/by-uuid/... [/]: Kein passender Prozess gefunden
quotaon: Quotaformat wird vom Kernel nicht unterstützt.
in english it should be like: "no fitting process found. quotaformat not supported by the kernel"

Here is my setup:
I try to do the howto in a DomU (KVM not Xen) on a freshly installed ubuntu 11.10 then immediately updated to 12.04 LTS and then run the old 11.10 howto.
Altough some points were added like the mailman and stuff, the 12.04 howto is mostly the same, so i thought i´d ask my quesion here ;)

falko 1st May 2012 15:47

Do you use the default Ubuntu kernel, or some custom kernel?

Diggo 3rd May 2012 17:26

Since i have it set up via the other KVM howto ("Installing KVM Guests...") it uses the "*-virtual" kernel. Maybe this is a good hint. Seems like i can´t get around using a different kernel huh?

till 3rd May 2012 17:50

As far as i know, quota wont work with the virtual kernel. There was the same problem a few days ago with a vm from amazon which uses that kernel too.

Diggo 4th May 2012 16:41

Seems like i can use the "linux-image-extra-virtual" kernel package to add quota support :)

I googled about that package but i can´t find a good source with information about that package, e.g. a comparsion to the normal "linux-image-virtual" package :(


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