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Old 2nd May 2011, 22:27
erosbk erosbk is offline
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Default Help: Mount, Quota, Settings.

Hello all,

I will be using a RAID1 as Data File System EXT4 (to keep user data, mysql, www and others) separated of the operative system.

I am planning in a future, replace that RAID1 with a NAS, so, because I want to use the same path always, I am planning to do this:

---- /dev/md2 will be my RAID1 for user data

mount -t ext4 /dev/md2 /datos -o errors=remount-ro,usrjquota=aquota.user,,jq fmt=vfsv0

Will it work with quotas if I mount it like that? I am using a multiserver environment, Debian 6 with ISPConfig 3 (Perfect Server Setup).

Do I have to keep in mind something else? could you helpme pls? does ISPConfig 3 run always a quotacheck on all mounted drives? do I have to create the files for quota for every DEV I mount? is better to use /etc/fstab for this than mount this in a script at startup?

If it is possible in this way, I will be able to replace this "drives" every time I need, without changes on ISPConfig3, and just a few changes in a mounting scripts...

Thank you!
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