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Date:      Wed, 7 Feb 1996 15:34:18 -0600 (CST)
From:      "Mike Pritchard" <mpp@mpp.minn.net>
To:        matt@server.wulaw.wustl.edu (Matt Rosenberg)
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: disk quotas
Message-ID:  <199602072134.PAA05156@mpp.minn.net>
In-Reply-To: <3118F306.8B4@server.wulaw.wustl.edu> from "Matt Rosenberg" at Feb 7, 96 12:44:22 pm

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Matt Rosenberg wrote:
> 
> I tried to install quotas on my system, following the instructions 
> straight from the FreeBSD documentation web pages.  Everything seemed to 
> go smooth:
> 1. compiled and installed the new kernel with the quotas option
> 2. edited /etc/fstab to put userquota option on two file systems
> 3. created an empty quota.user file in the root of both file systems
> 4. rebooted
> 5. ran edquota on a test user
> 6. ran repquota -a and everything was working

Try enabling quotas in /etc/sysconfig, do NOT create an empty quota.user
file.  Reboot and let the stuff in /etc/rc establish your quota.user
files.  Then run edquota to setup quotas for your users.  I think
that might solve your problem.
--
Mike Pritchard
mpp@minn.net
"Go that way.  Really fast.  If something gets in your way, turn"



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