Quota Issue - New To List
kli4561 at saintjoe.edu
Thu Jul 21 16:02:36 EDT 2005
Did not know cyradm could do that, thank you very much :-D
Patrick Radtke wrote:
> It's not clear to me if you've tried setting a quota using cyradm.
> Once you use that to set the quota, then the quota folder will appear.
> It will contain a file like 'user.username' (e.g. user.phr2101)
> with info on that user's quota.
> On Jul 21, 2005, at 2:35 PM, Kurt Laurinaitis wrote:
>> Hello all..
>> Got Cyrus up and running but don't want people to abuse my space on
>> my system, so I would like to setup a quota. I looked into the docs
>> and it mentioned a folver in /var/imap but I have no quota folder,
>> here is the step because my partition is ext2
>> *LINUX SYSTEMS USING EXT2FS ONLY*: Set the user, quota, and
>> partition directories to update synchronously. Failure to do this
>> may lead to data corruption and/or loss of mail after a system
>> crash. Unfortunately, doing so may result in a serious performance
>> hit. If you are using a newer filesystem than ext2fs on Linux, this
>> step should not be necessary. (Running ext3 in any mode is safe.)
>> cd /var/imap
>> chattr +S user quota user/* quota/*
>> I only have the user folder so I am not sure if I just create the
>> folder or where I would begin to setup a quota...can someone point
>> me in the right direction?
>> chattr +S /var/spool/imap /var/spool/imap/*
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