Failed to find mount point for /home

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#1 Thu, 01/26/2006 - 04:54
FrankMoreno

Failed to find mount point for /home

The status of your system is being checked to ensure that all enabled features are available, that the mail server is properly configurated, and that quotas are active ..

Mail server Sendmail is installed and configured.

Apache is installed.

Webalizer is installed.

MySQL is installed and running.

Logrotate is installed.

Using network interface venet0 for virtual IPs.

Failed to find mount point for /home

does any one know where going wrong help pls

Sun, 10/16/2005 - 07:51
SimonHobbs

Hi Frank

I have the same problem, but no solution. I am also running VPS (through midPhase.com)

I have found 2 references to the problem:
http://webmin.us/viewtopic.php?p=3626&sid=c86c88e9180c48e34ad9834cfb...
http://lists.swelltech.com/pipermail/webmin-l-archive/2003-July/015712.html

Apparently no solution? I will keep my eyes open.

Simon

Sun, 10/16/2005 - 09:41
Joe
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The solution is to disable disk quotas. I can't think of any other problems you'd have in that environment.

As for network interfaces, what do you get when you do an "ifconfig"? If you see a venet0 interface, then yes, that is correct.

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Tue, 01/31/2006 - 16:18
Joe
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This is some kind of "virtual" dedicated server, I presume? Some types of virtual server have this problem, I believe, and you'll have to disable disk quotas as they don't work on this type of system (not our fault, just a fact of life on this type of virtual server--I think you can still get disk usage reports via du on this type of system).

Hope this helps.

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