WHM showing disk usage 0 for all users in OpenVZ VPS

WHM showing disk usage 0 for all users then, follow this steps below:

1. From VPS run,

# /scripts/fixquotas

If you are getting the following errors, then proceed with this

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# /scripts/fixquotas
Installing Default Quota Databases......Done
Quota Mode: Linux
journaled quota support: not available with vzaquota (disabled)
checking out /backup
checking out /backup
Quotas have been enabled, however they may not be up to date as quotacheck has been skipped.
Resetting quota for user1 to 2048 M
No filesystems with quota detected.
Resetting quota for user2 to 2048 M
No filesystems with quota detected.
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2. Then, run

# quotacheck -vagum

Then, you will get the following error:

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# quotacheck -vagum
quotacheck: Cannot find filesystem to check or filesystem not mounted with quota option.
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Now, you can follow the steps given below:

Let your OpenVZ CTID (container ID) be 101.

From main node, open the VZ configuration file
# vi /etc/vz/vz.conf

The file should contains the following parameters to make sure that quota has been enabled in Hardware node:

## Disk quota parameters
DISK_QUOTA=yes
VZFASTBOOT=no

Then, edit the configuration file for the container 101 from main node:

# vi /etc/vz/conf/101.conf

and add the following line

QUOTAUGIDLIMIT=1000

Then, restart the VPS

# vzctl restart 101

That’s it!

After this, if you are facing facing problem with “quota”, that is quota for all users showing unlimited then run

# /scripts/fixquotas

Done!!

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