Problem with Quota on ubuntu 11.10 /nginx/ISPConfig 3

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by mattias88, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. mattias88

    mattias88 New Member

    Using Amazon Web Services (Ubuntu 11.10) AMI: ubuntu/images/ebs/ubuntu-oneiric-11.10-amd64-server-20120222 (ami-baba68d3)

    Here is my problem, how can I fix this?

    Attempt to start Quota

    Fstab Config

    Attempt to start Quota

    Kernel has quota

    Modprobe doesn't work

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The setup is fine, so its either a kernel issue of the virtual kernel or something specific to the filesystem provided by amazon. I found some reports that quota does not work with the ubuntu virtual kernel. If amazon supports normal kernels, you should consider to switch to a standard ubuntu kernel.

    Btw, pleae dont repost a thread to call for falko.
  3. mattias88

    mattias88 New Member

    Hi Till

    Thanks for help
    Sorry for Falko thread

    This is very bad news, because Ubuntu AMI is optimized for Amazon environment and provides many improvements... Not sure that you can run the normal kernel in Amazon or would even want to.

    Can I continue the ISPConfig3 setup without a functional Quota? All of my virtualhosts will be privately managed so I am not concerned about limits on disk space but I do want to make sure that users are chained to their home virtualhost directories.

    What do you think
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You can use ispconfig without quota. The only affected functionality is the website size limit which will not work even if you set it.
  5. joru

    joru New Member

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