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29.05.2012 0:12 пользователь "Mark Johanson" <>
> I have been trying to get diskinode limits to set at specific levels.
> Namely a 600k:700k with a 1 day grace period. If I manually run the
> commands:
> vzctl set 127 --diskinodes 600000:700000 --save
> vzctl set 127 --quotatime 86400 --save
> I get the desired results for a already running VPS. However newly
> created VPS's are not keeping the settings and I am not sure what is
> assigning the arbitrary numbers it gets. I edited the vz.conf file (as
> well as the .sample file) to add the limits as:
> > ## Disk quota parameters
> > DISKSPACE="50G:50G"
> > DISKINODES="600000:700000"
> > QUOTATIME="86400"
> > DISK_QUOTA=yes
> When the VPS builds initially it has the limits set:
> # Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
> DISKSPACE="50G:50G" (even tried switching this number to the full number
> DISKINODES="600000:700000"
> QUOTATIME="86400"
> However after it completes the build process and restarts itself it has
some arbitrary number in for the DISKINODES that I am uncertain where its
being pulled from:
> # Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
> DISKSPACE="5242880:5242880"
> DISKINODES="2621440:2621440"
> QUOTATIME="86400"
> Any suggestions on where to look to make the inode limit work as it

I am kinda lost here... Can you please give us the exact sequence of
commands that you use, tothether with their output?

Kir Kolyshkin
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