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Is ploop stable/Any progress on quotas for simfs [message #53588] Tue, 15 October 2019 23:12 Go to next message
seanfulton is currently offline  seanfulton
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When ploop first came out we used it from lost many, many containers to corrupt ploop filesystems. We went back to simfs. Now looking at upgrading some nodes to OpenVZ 7 and it looks like ploop is the only way to get quotas for containers.

So for those who have upgraded, how stable is it?

Is there any progress on first-level quotas for SIMFS???
Re: Is ploop stable/Any progress on quotas for simfs [message #53590 is a reply to message #53588] Wed, 23 October 2019 12:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ccto is currently offline  ccto
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We have servers running with both OpenVZ 6, OpenVZ 7. Gradually migrating to OpenVZ 7 platform

We use ploop, snapshot (for backup), compact. ploop is OK.
We do not receive report about loss of files.

simfs inside OpenVZ 7 does not support 2nd level quota.
If guest is CentOS 5, ploop does not support 2nd level quota too in OpenVZ 7 host.
Re: Is ploop stable/Any progress on quotas for simfs [message #53591 is a reply to message #53590] Wed, 23 October 2019 19:41 Go to previous message
seanfulton is currently offline  seanfulton
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This is very helpful, thank you. I have not been able to get SIMFS containers to have a container quota, I thought that was a first-level quota. It says it's supported, but when I create a VE in SIMFS and enter it, df shows the whole filesystem, not just the little slice (like it used to in OpenVZ 6). Is that normal?
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