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Today, let us see procedure followed by our Support Techs in order to perform this task.
How to enable Second level quota on a OpenVZ?
The parameter that controls the second-level disk quotas is QUOTAUGIDLIMIT in the Container configuration file.
By default, the value of this parameter is zero and this corresponds to disabled per-user and per-group quotas.
Today, let us see the steps followed by our Support techs to perform this task.
1. Firstly, connect to OpenVZ node via SSH
2. Then, stop the VPS:# vzctl stop 101
3. Next, run this command to enable second level for a running VM.
# vzctl set 101 –quotaugidlimit 10000 –save
4. Restart the VM.
# vzctl start 101
Check the Quotas inside the VM using the below command on the VM if cPanel is installed on the VM
5. Do the same for all existing VM and restart it to take the changes effect.
6. To create a VM with second level quota enabled, add this line in
7. Change the below line in /etc/vz/vz.confCONFIG_TEXT: CONFIGFILE=”basic”
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In short, today we saw how our Support Techs enable Second level quota on a OpenVZ.