I get the following message during Virtualmin's 'Checking Configuration':
The module could not find the mount point for your home directories filesystem /home. Quotas editing has been disabled.
Therefore, VM will refuse to display any quotas on the System Info page and quotas set for the virtual host account are not enforced. All users show 'unlimited' in Webmin, even though I set a 1GB limit for the user in VM.
But, quotas seem to work outside of Virtualmin:
quotaon -ap group quota on / (/dev/vzfs) is on user quota on / (/dev/vzfs) is on
quotaon -av quotaon: using //aquota.group on /dev/vzfs [/]: Device or resource busy quotaon: using //aquota.user on /dev/vzfs [/]: Device or resource busy
Setting quotas works from within the Webmin Quota page, and they are enforced, which I've tested.
I am using Virtualmin on a clean Debian 5, which is installed inside a Virtuozzo container at the webhost. Apparently quotas cannot be turned off, due to the OS running inside a VPS. (Kernel is Linux 2.6.18-028stab060.8 #1 SMP)
Since quotas are enabled on the OS, I can use the quota functions from the command line or in Webmin, but VM refuses to use them, because its configuration check does not recognize that quotas are working.
Is there a setting in VM (or in its config files) which will tell it to ignore its (erroneous) quota self-test and to enable the quotas anyways by way of a manual override?