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Bug#619333: marked as done (vnstatd does not honour the CheckDiskSpace config option)

Your message dated Mon, 25 Jul 2011 21:26:11 +0100
with message-id <1311625571.1898.4.camel@omega>
and subject line Re: vnstatd does not honour the CheckDiskSpace config option
has caused the Debian Bug report #619333,
regarding vnstatd does not honour the CheckDiskSpace config option
to be marked as done.

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Package: vnstat
Severity: normal
Tags: upstream

There is an unexpected difference between the vnstat and the vnstatd binaries: In a low diskspace scenario, the CheckDiskSpace option set to 0 comes in handy. Setting this option to 0 updates the database file even if the remaining diskspace is <1MB. The vnstatd daemon however, does not update the database in this case.

>From the vnstat source code: (line 540)
   if (!spacecheck(dirname) && !force) {
>From the vnstatd source code: (line 337)
   if (spacecheck(dirname)) {

I would opt that both binaries behave the same way, ie replace line 337 in vnstatd.c by
   if (spacecheck(dirname)||force) {


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