Issue: Quota in WHM under Account Information > List Accounts shows “unlimited” for all users in a SolusVM OpenVZ container environment. The following steps will demonstrate how to fix the issue. It will require access to the Node and to the VPS.
1. SSH into the VPS and run this command:
# /scripts/fixquotas Installing Default Quota Databases......Done Quota Mode: Linux journaled quota support: not available with vzaquota (disabled) checking out /backup checking out /backup Quotas have been enabled, however they may not be up to date as quotacheck has been skipped. Resetting quota for user1 to 1024 M No filesystems with quota detected. Resetting quota for user2 to 2048 M No filesystems with quota detected. Resetting quota for user2 to 1024 M No filesystems with quota detected. Resetting quota for user2 to 1024 M No filesystems with quota detected.
2. Run another check in the VPS.
# quotacheck -vagum
Failed output results:
# quotacheck -vagum quotacheck: Cannot find filesystem to check or filesystem not mounted with quota option.
3. Exit the VPS.
4. SSH into the Node and stop the server with the following command (Assuming VPS has a CT_ID of 106).
# vzctl stop 106
5. Now edit the Openvz configuration file to make sure DISK_QUOTA is set correctly.
# vi /etc/vz/vz.conf
Check to make sure disk quota is set to “yes”. Save and exit.
## Disk quota parameters DISK_QUOTA=yes VZFASTBOOT=no
6. Next we edit the container configuration file. (Assuming VPS has a CT_ID of 106)
# vi /etc/vz/conf/106.conf
Insert this code to the very bottom of the config file
Save and exit.
Alternate Command to insert QUOTAUGIDLIMIT into the Config file.
For example here CT_ID is 106 and Disk Space for VPS is 1000GB.
# vzctl set 106 --quotaugidlimit 1000 --save
7. Start the VPS.
# vzctl restart 106
8. Run the command to fix quotas in the VPS.
9. Check Quota in WHM. It should be set correctly now.
OPTIONAL Steps but may be required
WHM/Cpanel, a popular commercial web-based control panel for Linux, has a tendency to overwrite the special quota files in the VE context. I am referring to:
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root root 39 Jun 8 17:27 aquota.group -> /proc/vz/vzaquota/00000073/aquota.group lrwxr-xr-x 1 root root 38 Jun 8 17:27 aquota.user -> /proc/vz/vzaquota/00000073/aquota.user
The result of these being overwritten will be WHM showing “unlimited” quota reports for all users in the system. An quick solution to this is to run these commands from within the VE as root:
rm -f /aquota.user 2>/dev/null rm -f /aquota.group 2>/dev/null for x in `find /proc/vz/vzaquota/ | tail -2 `; do ln -s $x / ; done