From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Thu 18 Mar 2004 - 22:24:59 GMT
On Thu, Mar 18, 2004 at 04:08:43PM -0500, Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy wrote:
> Is there a way to preserve the cq hash across reboots?
> I saw the script that someone e-mail that preserves the amount of space
> available, but what about the hash itself?
> Otherwise it looks like if you delete any files that you created prior to
> reboot you don't gain any space back.
assumed that you ahve set up quota hashes properly,
assigned a quota hash to the vserver context and
activated quota with the quota tools (not required
for per context disk limits) then thequota hashes
write to the quota files on the partition (in the
vserver root path), and are read by the quota system
on quota start ...
disk limits do not use the quota hashes themselves
but they make use of the structures and require
them to be assigned ... saving the 'current' value
on vserver stop and restoring it on vserver start
should be sufficient ...
disk space is 'gained' for files/inodes belonging
to the context (xid of the files) freeing them, you
will not gain space for files in the host context
when they are removed from within a vserver ...
(use lsxid/chxid to manage the xids)
> Or am I missing something?
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