On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 11:29:28AM +1100, Nathan Scott wrote:
> Are you using Debian? The versioning scheme used there
> is a bit different - 3.00pre01-15 is fairly recent, but
> not quite the same as 3.01-final from sourceforge. I've
> forwarded Michael's explanation of his numbering scheme,
> below. I have successfully used the 3.00pre01-15 Debian
> package with XFS for quite some time now.
Me too. And then I did run xfs_repair on that filesystem.
xfs_repair did not rport anything about quotas, they just
So I did several things.
First I got the newest quotatools from sourceforge. Did not
Then I umounted the filesystem, deleted "usrquota" from /etc/fstab
and mounted it again: no quotas, that's ok.
Then I umounted the filesystem again, put "usrquota" back into
/etc/fstab, mounted the filesystem, /var/log/kern.log says:
Oct 19 06:14:25 raman kernel: Start mounting filesystem: sd(8,17)
Oct 19 06:14:25 raman kernel: Ending clean XFS mount for filesystem: sd(8,17)
Oct 19 06:14:25 raman kernel: XFS quotacheck sd(8,17): Please wait.
Oct 19 06:15:01 raman kernel: XFS quotacheck sd(8,17): Done.
I thought: "yes", but:
raman:/usr/src/quota-tools# mount |grep quota
/dev/sdb1 on /mnt/raid/0 type xfs (rw,usrquota)
raman:/usr/src/quota-tools# ./edquota gurubert
No filesystems with quota detected.
raman:/usr/src/quota-tools# ./edquota -V
Quota utilities version 3.01.
Compiled with RPC and EXT2_DIRECT
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