Hello, About a year ago, when I used the Perfect Debian Squeeze setup, I made a huge mistake while setting quotas. My ISP provider had installed a separate partition for data (namely /var). But I dumbly setup quotas on main partition /, like told in the setup ><. So now when I do Code: repquota -avug it shows my users quotas (which are defined from ISP Config) but on the wrong partition. I suppose this is useless so I would like to "move" these quota from / to /var. 1. Can anyone tell me if these steps are good and not dangerous for my partitions and/or users data please ? Code: quotaoff -avug vi /etc/fstab # move options usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0 from / to /var partition then save and quit mv /aquota.user /var/aquota.user mv /aquota.group /var/aquota.group mount -o remount / && mount -o remount /var # or just reboot quotacheck -avugm quotaon -avug 2. I know this is not a forum about ISP Config, but could anyone tell me whether if ISP Config will still be able to update quotas if I move them into /var ? Should I modify something in ISP Config to do so ? 3. Still about ISP Config (sorry) I've read somewhere quotacheck should be run on a periodic base. Does ISP Config does it for me or should I add a crontab like this ? Code: crontab -e 0 * * * * quotaoff -avug && quotacheck -avugm && quotaon -avug Thank you for your help.