yvonnetang Absent Member.
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Can't set directory quota

I have a two nodes cluster server. It is running on NW6.5 SP6. It is connecting a SAN storage There are two pools in the storage. Each pool has several volumes. When I add the directory quota in one volume, I get the error message "Unable to change directory space quota: /volume/user_folder. 255 was returned." Do I need to do the pool rebuild? Actually, I did it before I set the directory quota. It hasn't any error after the pool rebuild.

How can I solve it?

Thank you.
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rafoster Absent Member.
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Re: Can't set directory quota

is the EMULATE CLASSIC NETWARE DIRECTORY QUOTAS setting set to ON?
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yvonnetang Absent Member.
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Re: Can't set directory quota

Do you mean the setting in NSSMU -> Volume -> Directory Quto? Yes, I set it to Yes. Other volumes can be set the directory quto. Only two volumes can't be set and return the error message.
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gelenmb Absent Member.
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Re: Can't set directory quota

We have the same issue. Any new about it? (thanks in advance)
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yvonnetang Absent Member.
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Re: Can't set directory quota

rafoster;1564649 wrote:
is the EMULATE CLASSIC NETWARE DIRECTORY QUOTAS setting set to ON?



I checked in my servers and it were set to OFF.
Anyone can help to solve this error.
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