From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 31 Jan 2005 - 09:07:39 GMT
On Mon, Jan 31, 2005 at 12:10:49PM +1030, Mike O'Connor wrote:
> Hi Herbert
Hi Mike, Folks!
> I think I sent my reply to the wrong location so
sorry for not replying to your previous mail, I'm usually
_not_ ignoring mail sent to me directly, but you are right
here is the 'right' location for vserver related stuff ;)
> >there is currently no support for quota on a shared partition
> >(for now) let me know if you are interested in testing the
> >vroot or shared quota support ...
> I could be very interested in testing any code for shared
> quota support in 2.6 series kernel.
hmm, good to know, but I would like to get a feeling for
the general interest in shared quota first, as for sure
it's no easy patch to do and to test ...
and it seemed to me, that the need for it faded because
lvm2/evms and dm as well as the cheap disk space provided
a more than adequate solution to avoid shared quota and
and get away with shared disk limits ...
so please let me know what you think about it now and
looking at the next year ...
(please check what appropriate, mupltiple choice)
[ ] Yes, I will require shared user/group quota
inside a vserver (i.e. guest private quota
for guests on a shared disk partition)
[ ] I might use it, when it is available but I can
live without it (e.g. using lvm/evms for that)
[ ] I don't know what you are talking about and I'm
pretty sure shared disk limits is all I need
(i.e. limit the total amount of disk space for
guests on a shared partition)
[ ] I do use the quota patch on 2.4 for shared
user/group quotas right now ...
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