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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nuno.magalhaes, May 28, 2012.

  1. nuno.magalhaes

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    Ok. Qhat I read:

    cPanel & WHM now supports the ext4 file system on CentOS and RedHat® Enterprise Linux® versions 5 and higher. However, CentOS and RedHat do not yet support quotas on ext4. This means you are not yet able to use quotas and ext4 with CentOS or RedHat.


    So qhat I ask:

    I downloaded the ISO and burn to a DVD the centos installation boot with cPanel &WHM with background, but I don't know what the partition it created? I choose a partiotion? Is that correct?
     
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    I can see on:
    Step 5: Configure Your Operating System

    this:

    Recommended file system

    When installing CentOS, we recommend using an ext filesystem (ext2, ext3, or ext4).

    ALERT! Warning: If you are using CentOS 5.x with the ext4 filesystem, you will need to download and install the package mentioned in the Red Hat documentation

    Can someone helpme before I star to create my server?
     
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    As mentioned on URL I provided, with ext4 you will face issue with quotas. I will recommend to use ext3. With ext4, disk quotas for accounts won't update.
     
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    @higherlogic Thanks for the alternative mate. Time to try :)
     
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