After upgrade to lenny

Discussion in 'General' started by mmiyamoto, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    today upgrade my server debian etch ---> Lenny, after upgrade reboot that and in the mail.log i see that

    Feb 20 14:10:37 srv1 postfix/local[8512]: 622AFBCC001: to=<>, orig_to=<>, relay=local, delay=0.54, delays=0.42/0/0/0.11, dsn=5.3.0, status=bounced (service unavailable. Command output: ==================== QUOTA: 0 INBOXSIZE: 0 Bouncing (inbox already full!) )

    That domain ins't full ....

    I don't understand why that problem.

  2. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    For some domains, I find error above. I do not understand why. Someone had a similar problem?

    A domain has 100mb of space, includes 4 email boxes where every house has -1 in MB. The space used is 1MB.

    How come I see the error

    This is the mail system at host

    I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
    be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.

    For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster.

    If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
    delete your own text from the attached returned message.

    The mail system

    <> (expanded from <>):
    service unavailable. Command output: ==================== QUOTA: 0
    INBOXSIZE: 0 Bouncing (inbox already full!)

    Final-Recipient: rfc822;
    Original-Recipient: rfc822;
    Action: failed
    Status: 5.3.0
    Diagnostic-Code: x-unix; ==================== QUOTA: 0 INBOXSIZE: 0
    Bouncing (inbox already full!)

    ---------- Messaggio inoltrato ----------
    From: Serafino Sorrenti <>
    To: "" <>
    Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 14:42:34 +0100
    Subject: Test

  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    What's the output of
    repquota -avug
  4. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    For example

    Feb 21 09:40:53 srv1 postfix/local[16750]: 75A3D580018: to=<>, orig_to=<>, relay=local, delay=1.7, delays=1.7/0/0/0.06, dsn=5.3.0, status=bounced (service unavailable. Command output: ==================== QUOTA: 0 INBOXSIZE: 0 Bouncing (inbox already full!) postdrop: warning: uid=10534: Disk quota exceeded sendmail: fatal: web259_info(10534): queue file write error )

    repquota -avug|grep -i web259
    web259_info +- 2076 1024 2048 6days 82 0 0
    web259 +- 2076 2048 3072 none 82 0 0

    Don't understand what's happend

    Have a nice day

  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    The user web259_info and the group web259 are both over quota. Please increase their quotas in ISPConfig.
  6. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    This is not the problem, as with other domains I have the same problem, all this happened after upgrade to lenny. I would not like the problem is the following:
    I have some domains that for instance have 100mb of space, a mail box and space webxxx_info box is -1 (unlimited)
    But my doubt is like never before everything worked quietly and only after this upgrade is no problem.

  7. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Can you update one of these users in ISPConfig (i.e., change a setting) and then take a look at repquota again? Does the problem persist?
  8. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    The domain in question had a space of 2MB, the space used 1mb, I upgrade the space to 4 mb and now there is the problem. My doubt is like never before this problem was not present, and now instead ...

    After update ....

    / var / log # repquota-avug | grep-i web87
    web87_info - 1124 0 0 136 0 0
    web87 - 1128 2048 3072 137 0 0

  9. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    For example ...

    This is another domain who have a problem

    Now is

    1:/var/log# repquota -avug|grep -i web139
    web139_info -- 1328 11264 12288 132 0 0
    web139 -- 1332 15360 16384 133 0 0

    But in ISPConfig statics

    Memory: 15 MB
    Used: 1.50M

    /cgi-bin 4.0K
    /log 200K
    /web 932K
    /user 280K
    /ssl 4.0K
    /phptmp 4.0K

    I Don't understand what's happend.

  10. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Maybe you need to rebuild the quota files. You can try to delete the quota files and then run quotacheck again.
  11. mmiyamoto

    mmiyamoto ISPConfig Developer

    I proceeded to delete the quota files, I recreated, but the problem persists.

    For example

    :/var/www/ du -h .
    4,0K ./cgi-bin
    8,0K ./log/2008/10
    8,0K ./log/2008/04
    8,0K ./log/2008/05
    8,0K ./log/2008/09
    8,0K ./log/2008/11
    44K ./log/2008
    8,0K ./log/2009/01
    12K ./log/2009
    64K ./log
    28K ./web/images
    32K ./web/error
    400K ./web/stats
    472K ./web
    8,0K ./user/web198_info/web
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/new
    608K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/cur
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Drafts/new
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Drafts/cur
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Drafts/courierimapkeywords
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Drafts/tmp
    28K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Drafts
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Sent/new
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Sent/cur
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Sent/courierimapkeywords
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Sent/tmp
    28K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Sent
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/courierimapkeywords
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Trash/new
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Trash/cur
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Trash/courierimapkeywords
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Trash/tmp
    28K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/.Trash
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/Maildir/tmp
    716K ./user/web198_info/Maildir
    4,0K ./user/web198_info/.spamassassin
    836K ./user/web198_info
    840K ./user
    4,0K ./ssl
    4,0K ./phptmp
    1,4M .

    # repquota -avug|grep -i web198
    web198_info -- 1292 2048 3072 121 0 0
    web198 -- 1296 3072 4096 122 0 0

  12. Turbanator

    Turbanator HowtoForge Supporter

    Not sure if you got this figured out but I had the same problem and it was fixed by making sure to check the Maildir option in CP, Management->Settings->Email

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