- Plesk 12.5 for Linux
- Plesk 11.0 for Linux
- Plesk 11.5 for Linux
- Plesk 12.0 for Linux
The following error occurs in Plesk when you try to change domain physical quota settings or remove domain/subdomain:
Error: Unable to delete SysUser: SysUser->systemRemove() failed: usermng failed: usermng: Unable to set quota for user 'someuser'
The following can be found in the
usermng: /usr/sbin/setquota execution failed:
setquota: Cannot find mountpoint for device /dev/simfs
setquota: No correct mountpoint specified.
setquota: Cannot initialize mountpoint scan.
usermng: Unable to set quota for user 'testplesk'
in spite of quota is disabled on hardware node for this Virtuozzo container.
command output to find out if quota is supported in the system. The error occurs in case if Plesk founds that quota is supported (
option is listed in
), but actually it is not.
It is necessary to check if the
quotaugidlimitparameter is defined for the Container (
quotaugidlimit> 0 in the respective .conf file)
In case of the
quotaugidlimitparameter is defined ( > 0), then the
/etc/mtabfile in the Container should be a regular file with configured
usrquotavalue for the "/" folder
But if the
quotaugidlimitparameter is not defined or equals 0, then
/etc/mtabfile should be a link to the
mtabfile is not a link – it can be fixed with the following commands:
# mv /etc/mtab /etc/mtab_old
# ln -s /proc/mounts /etc/mtab