Re: Mail : quota or not quota ? and how to ?
Thank you all for your answers.
Some conclusions for me at this point :
- I naively thought that mail quota was a different thing that
filesystem quota, but no
- quotas are managed by the usual tools edquota, etc. and users
are warned with a warnquota cron job
- use relatively low soft limit with long grace period
- use very high (or no) hard limit
- you can fiddle with the hard limit via an ad-hoc script in
cron : no hard limit, but turn on hard limit if free space < 20 %
Robert Brockway a écrit :
A few problems have been seen. I've read ext2/3 developers & power
users reporting quota integrity issues on busy filesystems and following
Hmmm. Thanks for pointing this.
I am planning to use ReiserFS for /home (maildir) as I red that
ReiserFS is better for lots of small file (no inode limit number fixed
as filesystem creation time as in ext3, for example). I will use a
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