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Old 10-20-2013
Enable journaled quota

Hi guys,

I will truly appreciate your help here.

How do you enable journaled quota on rhel6?

Thank you so much for the assistance.
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Old 10-23-2013
That depends on the filesystem you use.

Assuming you're using RHEL6 default (ext4) you have to mount the filesystem with the following options:

"aquota.user" can be set to anything you want, and jqfmt's value can be set to "vsfsv0" (default), "vsfold" or "xfs" (there are others but they're less popular).
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Old 10-23-2013
Verdepollo you again. Thanks man. You are awesome.

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