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Re: netbsd-7 quota issue
On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 02:04:38PM +0100, 6bone%6bone.informatik.uni-leipzig.de@localhost wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Dec 2015, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> >On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 03:15:06PM +0100, 6bone%6bone.informatik.uni-leipzig.de@localhost wrote:
> >>I'am trying to activate quota on a NetBSD-7 system, but the startup script
> >>returns an exit code of 1.
> >>[running /etc/rc.d/quota]
> >>Checking quotas: done.
> >>/etc/rc.d/quota exited with code 1
> >Do you have any error in /var/run/rc.log ?
> No. rc.log shows only the three lines.
> >>When I try to disable the quota with 'quotaoff -a', the process goes to a
> >>non-interruptible status, uses 100% CPU and can not be terminted.
> >>Here my fstab:
> >># NetBSD /targetroot/etc/fstab
> >># See /usr/share/examples/fstab/ for more examples.
> >>/dev/sd0a / ffs rw,userquota 1 1
> >I would suggest using the new quota2, though.
> >See tunefs(8) and fsck_ffs(8)
> It was not possible to activate the quota with tunefs. This is because I use
> a kernel with "#INSECURE". Now I have a kernel with 'INSECURE'. Now you can
> activate the quota with tunefs. rc.log now looks like this:
> [running /etc/rc.d/quota]
> Checking quotas:quotacheck: filesystem / has quotas already turned on
> Question: Can I use QUOTA2 with a '#INSECURE' kernel?
Yes, once it has been turned on with tunefs (or run tunefs in
single user mode).
> Is it further necessary to run '/etc/rc.d/quota' at boot or to use the
> userquota statement in the fstab?
No, remove userquota from fstab. The information is now in the superblock
Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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