Quotas on /usr filesystem
charford-list at infinithost.com
Mon Jun 2 08:28:37 PDT 2003
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>> However, I'm at a loss as to why you would want to run quotas on the
>> /usr filesystem. Typically you only want quotas enabled on partitions
>> where generic users have write privileges. That might include /home
>> or /var, but preferably shouldn't include /usr.
> For example on /usr/local/www/data/users/..., but doesn't matter. (I
> know your answer, but that's not the problem)
> Let's try to enable quotas on /usr filesystem and you'll see.
Well, if you are doing for apache, then what about using the apache
directive for user dirs ie: www.mysite.com/~user/, apache checks in
user home folder for a dir called www.
To get around some issues, have apache say run as a group www, and give
that group read/execute permissions to the home folders..
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