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Old 11th August 2005, 01:05
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Question The Perfect Setup - Suse 9.3

Have a few questions:

1. when i do an apt-get update
I get the following error :
Err ftp://ftp.gwdg.de SuSE/9.3-i386/security pkglist
Unable to fetch file, server said '/pub/linux/SuSE/apt/SuSE/9.3-i386/base/pkglist.security.bz2: No such file or directory.
Failed to fetch ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/SuSE/apt...glist.security Unable to fetch file, server said '/pub/linux/SuSE/apt/SuSE/9.3-i386/base/pkglist.security.bz2: No such file or directory. '

2. quotacheck -avugm:
quotaon: using //aquota.group on /dev/hda3 [/]: No such process
quotaon: Quota format not supported in kernel.
quotaon: using //aquota.user on /dev/hda3 [/]: No such process
quotaon: Quota format not supported in kernel.

Please help.........
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Old 11th August 2005, 09:56
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Originally Posted by Dr D With a PHD
Have a few questions:

1. when i do an apt-get update
I get the following error :
Err ftp://ftp.gwdg.de SuSE/9.3-i386/security pkglist
Unable to fetch file, server said '/pub/linux/SuSE/apt/SuSE/9.3-i386/base/pkglist.security.bz2: No such file or directory.
Failed to fetch ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/SuSE/apt...glist.security Unable to fetch file, server said '/pub/linux/SuSE/apt/SuSE/9.3-i386/base/pkglist.security.bz2: No such file or directory. '
What's in /etc/apt/sources.list? It should be
Code:
rpm ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/ SuSE/9.3-i386 base update security
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2. quotacheck -avugm:
quotaon: using //aquota.group on /dev/hda3 [/]: No such process
quotaon: Quota format not supported in kernel.
quotaon: using //aquota.user on /dev/hda3 [/]: No such process
quotaon: Quota format not supported in kernel.

Please help.........
You don't have quota compiled into your kernel. You might try to load the quota module (if it's available):
Code:
modprobe quota_v1
modprobe quota_v2
(if you're successful, insert these two lines into /etc/modules so that the modules are loaded each time you boot your system).
If this doesn't work, then you have to compile a new kernel...
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Old 11th August 2005, 13:35
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What's in /etc/apt/sources.list? It should be
Code:
rpm ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/ SuSE/9.3-i386 base update security

You don't have quota compiled into your kernel. You might try to load the quota module (if it's available):
Code:
modprobe quota_v1
modprobe quota_v2
(if you're successful, insert these two lines into /etc/modules so that the modules are loaded each time you boot your system).
If this doesn't work, then you have to compile a new kernel...
k check the sources.list and this is what is found in the file:
rpm ftp://mirrors.mathematik.uni-bielefe...inux/suse/apt/ SuSE/9.3-i386 update securit
rpm ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/SuSE/apt/ SuSE/9.3-i386 update security rpmkeys

then i check in the software installed and found quota installed. The funny thing is the following works ok

Made mistake in my post its not
quotacheck -avugm (run ok)

but quotaon gives me those error reported earlier.
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Along these lines I don't have a /home entry in my /etc/fstab...

Using SuSE 9.2 - and I have forgotten everything I used to know about these files...should I add one?
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Along these lines I don't have a /home entry in my /etc/fstab...

Using SuSE 9.2 - and I have forgotten everything I used to know about these files...should I add one?
Then you don't have a partition for /home. Maybe you have a large / partition?
Don't change /etc/fstab!
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I am using a dual hd system...my main drive is a 60 gig drive which I made one single partition (ie my / ) and I added a 200 gig as my /data/ path. (gotta love the fact that a 1.2 Ghz processor with 512 megs of ram can be such a workhorse under linux)

the 200 gig drive holds my srv as well (i.e /data/srv). While I doubt we are going to cram the drive full, I wouldn't mind being able to set up some liits as to what each site could eat up.

Should I add the aquota lines to those fstab entries or just forget quotas for now? It isn't huge since I am only hosting 3 or 4 domains for me and a friend.
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I am using a dual hd system...my main drive is a 60 gig drive which I made one single partition (ie my / ) and I added a 200 gig as my /data/ path. (gotta love the fact that a 1.2 Ghz processor with 512 megs of ram can be such a workhorse under linux)

the 200 gig drive holds my srv as well (i.e /data/srv). While I doubt we are going to cram the drive full, I wouldn't mind being able to set up some liits as to what each site could eat up.

Should I add the aquota lines to those fstab entries or just forget quotas for now? It isn't huge since I am only hosting 3 or 4 domains for me and a friend.
You have to create the aquota.* files on /data then and add ,usrquota,grpquota to the line for the /data partition in /etc/fstab.
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You guys are pretty helpful!
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