my vusaged.conf comes with the source file:
I just use it and didn't change any line of it.
and now I downgrade from 5.4.30-> 5.4.28->5.4.27->5.4.19.
the 5.4.19 quota seems stable. at least when I delete all the
maildirsize file, the new file generated is quite accurate.
thanks again for your help!!
2010/6/30 Matt Brookings <m...@inter7.com>:
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> On 06/29/2010 08:49 PM, d tbsky wrote:
>> the procedure to trigger vdelivermail user_over_quota is below:
>> 1. create an account with 100M quota.
>> 2. send some small mails to the account
>> 3. create 6 10M files directly to the Maildir. (like: dd if=/dev/zero
>> of=file ...)
>> 4. wait a few minutes for vusaged. then use vuserinfo to check the
>> quota is about 60% now.
>> 5. send an small mail to the account, vdelivermail report user_over_quota.
> Thanks. I'll take a look at this. Can you post your vusaged.conf?
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