From: Herbert P÷tzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Wed 13 Aug 2003 - 16:04:51 BST
On Wed, Aug 13, 2003 at 03:23:10PM +0100, Chris Murton wrote:
> Hi Herbert,
> > probably you either do not make use of devfs or
> > named your volume group other than 'vg', this is
> > not related to vquota at all ...
> > what do you want to accomplish?
> > o) per context user/group quota or
> > o) quota (limit) for an entire context
> Ideally "per context user/group quota".
> > do you plan to do it with separate partitions
> > or on a shared one ...
> Once again, ideally on a shared partition (we have already created
> a 50Gig odd partition for all our virtual servers before we came across
> vquota etc).
> > is it a problem for you to upgrade to 2.4.22-rc2?
if not, and you are brave (willing to test some
new stuff) I would suggest to have a look at
keep in mind, this is experimental stuff, so do not
put it on production systems without good reason ...
> > > stat that directory (as it doesn't exist).
> > most likely it simply doesn't exist ...
> > check with
> > ls -lda /dev/vg
> > ls -la /dev/vg/part1
> Indeed not, it doesn't. ;)
'vg' is from my volume group example (based on lvm)
so it's not surprising that you do not have this ...