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ERROR:Quota disabled for all users (all filesystems)

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by vipin, Nov 22, 2013.

  1. vipin

    vipin Active Member

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    Hi,


    I am getting alert mails with following subject:

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    Cron <root@mypc> /usr/bin/cl-quota -YC

    And the message:

    ERROR:Quota disabled for all users (all filesystems)

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    When i use the /usr/bin/cl-quota tool manually it shows the following error:

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    root@mypc[~]# /usr/bin/cl-quota -YC
    ERROR:Quota disabled for all users (all filesystems)

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    Server having single partitioned "/" mounted with following options:

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    / ext4 usrjquota=quota.user,jqfmt=vfsv0

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    file system quotas works fine and cPanel does not show any quota issue.

    I have tried to update cloudlinux lvemanager,lve-utils ..etc.

    But no help :(
     
  2. iseletsk

    iseletsk Well-Known Member

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    What is the output of mount|grep quota?
     
  3. vipin

    vipin Active Member

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    Hi ,

    Thank you for your update :)

    The output of command "mount | grep quota" is empty.

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    root@mypc [~]# mount | grep quota
    root@mypc [~]#
     
  4. vipin

    vipin Active Member

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    Dear iseletsk,

    Thank You very much,

    I have solved it.I just remounted "/" partition now it is working perfectly.

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    root@mypc [~]# mount | grep quota
    /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,usrjquota=quota.user,jqfmt=vfsv0)

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    Output of /usr/bin/cl-quota

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    root@mypc [~]# /usr/bin/cl-quota -YC
    root@mypc [~]#


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    Once again thank you Iseletsk for your valuable suggestions..... :)
     
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