Any real harm not having quota support enabled
I'm currently working on an installation of ISPConfig on a MIPS-based machine (an old Cobalt RaQ2) using the Debian mipsel port. Unfortunately, the default debian kernel does not include Quota support, and my attempt to build a custom kernel for debian failed to boot properly. Since this machine is already in the colo, and I'm having to do everything remotely, I'd like to avoid trial-and-error building kernels for now. I was wondering if it would be possible to go ahead and install ispconfig without quota support. I realize there would be no way to limit disk usage by my users, and I'm fine with that for right now - this is only a temporary installation until I get my main server ready to handle ISP config.
Anyone forsee any problems with doing this?