On Fri, Oct 27, 2006 at 12:45:18PM +0200, Wido den Hollander wrote:
> I am running VServer guests on iSCSI targets, wich gives me a bit of a
> problem when using quota's.
> I all the howto's you need to make a blockdevice and copy it into the
> /dev directory of the guest.
> Since my targets come from iSCSI i can't do that. The only exists in
> the /dev directory of the host.
hmm? that would be new ... devices are devices, and
devices can be copied ....
> I made a failover solution where /etc/vservers is mounted over NFS so
> all hosts kan access this data.
> All these hosts have access to all the iSCSI targets, so i can start
> any guest on any host. This is great when you want failover.
> The control panel i am using (DirectAdmin) requires that you have
> quotas in order to calculate the diskusage.
there are quite some funny tools out there, maybe modify
the DirectAdmin a little?
> In the fstab file of my guests i have i line like:
> /dev/emc_61 / ext3 rw,noatime,usrquota 0 0
> In this case /dev/emc_61 is the iSCSI target.
> Any suggestions?
well, IMHO normal procedure, i.e:
- create vroot devices for each iSCSI target
- make sure to enable quota on the mount
- configure vroot devices and copy them into
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Received on Fri Oct 27 17:32:27 2006