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On 02/08/2011 02:48 PM, Matt Brookings wrote:
> On 02/08/2011 11:43 AM, Alessio Cecchi wrote:
>>>> When -S report "18446744071562067968 bytes" in mysql limit's table ->
>>>> "defaultquota" report: -2147483648 (the same value before vpopmail
>>>> Note that if I update quota manually in mysql limit's table ->
>>>> "defaultquota" vmoddomlimits -S test.com show the right quota.
>>> Remove any negative values from the database. These values are not
> I found some more work that needs to be done to get vlimits working
> with MySQL. I'll have these out shortly, along with the fix for the
> maildrop flag.
>> Matt, I have find another bug in vmoddomlimits with MySQL configuration.
>> If you try to set the "no maildrop flag" with -g "m" nothing changes.
>> Plus in MySQL vpopmail.limits table does not exist :-) I do not know
>> whether other fields are missing from the database.
>> Here you can find another mail about this problem:
> Working on this.
I've committed changes to Subversion, and uploaded a tarball to
SourceForge that add the disable_maildrop flag, as well as fix a bug
in the MySQL module that didn't allow for large quotas in the limits
Matt Brookings <m...@inter7.com> GnuPG Key FAE0672C
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