In this article we will share the experience with ISP manager. It’s a popular server panel software. We provide this server panel to customers in 2 editions: ISP manager v.4 (CentOS 6) and v.5 (CentOS 7).
Today we like to share the case of quota errors. This kind of error occurred on a server node by OpenVZ virtualization. OS container was unable to activate user quotes and server panel recorded the error:
May 14 17:29:30 [961:86161] proc EXTINFO Run '/bin/sh -c setquota\ -g\ 504\ 20480000\ 20480000\ 2343750\ 2343750\ /' pid 19638 Mar 14 17:29:30 [961:86161] proc EXTINFO Process 19638 finished with status 1 Mar 14 17:29:30 [961:86161] quota ERROR Failed to set quota: 'setquota: Cannot stat() mounted device simfs: No such file or directory setquota: Mountpoint (or device) / not found or has no quota enabled. setquota: Not all specified mountpoints are using quota.
Let’s check how to fix this error.
In ISPmanager 5 run in console the following command:
# ln -s /simfs /usr/local/mgr5/simfs
And for ISPmanager 4 run in console the following command:
# ln -s /simfs /usr/local/ispmgr/simfs
After running simfs reboot the ISP manager panel to have quotes activated:
[[email protected] ~]# killall core
And check the quotes. If previously applied fix gave no results, do the following steps:
# mv /simfs /simfs_ # ln -s /dev/simfs /simfs # unlink /usr/local/mgr5/simfs # ln -s /dev/simfs /usr/local/mgr5/simfs # killall core
Check again the results. If still no progress you faced to an OpenVZ quotes error. To fix OpenVZ quote problem do the following:
# vzctl stop $CTID # vzquota drop $CTID # vzctl start $CTID