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disk quota exceeded !!solve it and get 100 mb hosting

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by charbel, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. charbel

    charbel Member

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    I am facing a major problem with cpanel or virtuozzo,
    tried all scripts in ssh and behaviors in vain

    WWWAcct 8.0 by J. Nick Koston

    +===================================+
    | New Account Info |
    +===================================+
    | Domain: lileb.com
    | Ip: 69.10.149.122 (n)
    | HasCgi: y
    | UserName: lilebco
    | PassWord: lileb
    | CpanelMod: iconic
    | HomeRoot: /home
    | Quota: 100 Meg
    | NameServer1: ns5.lebnan.net
    | NameServer2: ns6.lebnan.net
    | NameServer3:
    | NameServer4:
    | Contact Email:
    +===================================+
    User lilebco added
    Changing password for lilebco
    Password for lilebco has been changed
    Keeping Shell Access (y)
    Jail Shell Enabled
    Changing shell for lilebco.
    Shell changed.
    Copying skel files from /root/cpanel3-skel/ to /home/lilebco/
    Using redhat 7.1/mdk 8.0
    Using new quota support
    (uid 320 102400 102400 ):
    Filesystem blocks soft hard inodes soft hard
    /dev/vzfs 0 102400 102400 0 0 0
    edquota: Can't write quota for 32005 on /dev/vzfs: No such process
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/mail': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/mail/inbox': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_ftp': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_ftp/incoming': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_html': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_html/cgi-bin': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/.contactemail': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/www': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/mail': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/mail/inbox': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_html': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/www': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_html/cgi-bin': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_ftp': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_ftp/incoming': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/mail': Disk quota exceeded
    cp: missing destination file
    Try `cp --help' for more information.
    Name Virtual Host already exists
    mod_userdir protection enabled
    Added Entries to httpd.conf (noip)
    chown: changing ownership of `/etc/valiases/lileb.com': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `/etc/vfilters/lileb.com': Disk quota exceeded
    Added Named Entry
    Added Named File
    rndc: connection to remote host closed
    This may indicate that the remote server is using an older version of
    the command protocol, this host is not authorized to connect,
    or the key is invalid.
    Bind reloaded on ns5 using rndc
    Using Frontpage 5.x!

    Starting install, port: 80.

    Creating web http://www.lileb.com.
    Chowning Content in service /.
    Install completed.

    Starting chown, port: 80, web: "/".

    DocumentRoot: "/home/lilebco/public_html"
    Setting Password
    Frontpage passthough auth enabled!
    chown: changing ownership of `/home/lilebco/public_html/_vti_pvt/service.pwd': Disk quota exceeded
    Died at /scripts/initbyteslog line 50.
    Restarting apache
    Ftp Password Files synced
    Vhost Passwords synced
    send to CONTACTEMAIL (1) [1]
    send to CONTACTPAGER (1) [1]
    send to CONTACTUIN (1) [1]
    wwwacct creation finished
    Account Creation Complete!!!


    imagine i am stuck here since 2 days, this issue affects web mail cpanel accounts view return forbidden 403, cpanel not functional web mail not accessible a great MESS!!!

    for anyone who can help i offer a small gift of 100 mb hosting for one year, if you do not need it give as a gift to a friend.

    Thank you in advance
    Charbel Sarkis jebla2@hotmail.com
     
  2. charbel

    charbel Member

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    dev/vzfs

    dev/vzfs seemes to be the problem any idea on how to fix it
     
  3. xstaci2k2

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    i dont know if this is the same thing but i've had problems sorta similar to this in when i created a new account or re-created an account it immediately was over its disk usage.. it seems that its handing out a uid that some other files on your system may have. its weird i dont really understand it. i learned if i run in ssh

    "find * / -user username | less"

    (of course change "username" with the user your trying to find files for)
    then it will list all the files that is owned by that user.. if you see any files that are out of place then remove them or change their owner. however you wanna make sure that the changes you make wont break anything. but i've usually found miscrient files laying about.. that shouldnt have belonged to that user. its a bit confusing for me but i seem to be able to fix it.
     
    #3 xstaci2k2, Mar 5, 2004
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2004
  4. mr smart guy

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    Type in: df -h from the command line. Check to see if any of your partitions is full.
     
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