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vzquota init failed [1] [message #25223] Tue, 18 December 2007 04:20
msolovyev is currently offline  msolovyev
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After incorrect hwnode reboot, one of VEs didn't go up:
/vz/log/vzctl.log: vzquota init failed [1]

Quota was recalculated by the following command:
/usr/sbin/vzquota init 100 -b 20485860 -B 20485860 -i 200100 -I 220100 -p /vz/private/100 -e 0 -n 0 -s 1 -u 200

I've strace'd this command, and found that it failed while working on some file.
I went to those directory, where file was located, and found:
#ls -l
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? filename

After removing it, quota was successfully recalculated, and VE started up.

Maybe do you know, what does it mean when i see only question signs in ls -l ?
Also is there some way to configure vzquota to tell filename in error output (if it failed due to broken file)? It's not very nice to strace it each time Smile

[Updated on: Tue, 18 December 2007 04:25]

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