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Serious problem while fetching quota

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by Endurer, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. Endurer

    Endurer Registered

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    Hello,

    I am receiving the following cpanel error (towards the left hand side column) when I login into an account:

    Disk Space Usage Serious problem while fetching quota data (quota): Bad file descriptor (0) Megabytes.

    Please help,
    Thanks.
     
  2. Endurer

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    Anyone? I stil don't know what went wrong all of a sudden. I did run /scripts/fixquotas through shell but that didn't fix anything either. Here are the errors I got from there:

     
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    I did, and just posted the errors that it gave me above,
     
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    Try to run fix quota (/scripts/fixquota). You will need the root access of the server to tun fixquota.

    Kailash
     
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    Anyone? I have tried searching with no luck. Please help!
     
  6. alex318

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    Yes, running /scripts/fixquotas do solved the issue. You will need your host company to use root access to run that script if you're on a shared hosting.
     
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