Il 11/02/2011 15:41, Matt Brookings ha scritto: > On 02/11/2011 08:33 AM, Alessio Cecchi wrote: >> But with vmoddomlimits I can not set quota over 2GB: > >> vpopmail-5.4.33# /home/vpopmail/bin/vmoddomlimits -q 4069M test.com >> or with >> vpopmail-5.4.33# /home/vpopmail/bin/vmoddomlimits -q 4294967296 test.com > >> vpopmail-5.4.33# /home/vpopmail/bin/vmoddomlimits -S test.com | grep Quota >> Domain Quota: 0 MB >> Default User Quota: 2147483647 bytes > >> Quota is always 2GB. > > Oh, I may not have mentioned, there had to be a database schema change > for MySQL limits to work. You can either drop the entire limits > table, and vpopmail will re-create it, or you can modify the table. > Check out vmysql.h for the layout. Notice the disable_maildrop > addition, and the changes from INT to BIGINT.
Ok, now, after delete limits table vpopmail recreate it for me and default quota works fine :-) I'm very happy. What is now the highest quota manageable in a vpopmail + qmail (and dovecot as imap server) installation ? Thanks -- Alessio Cecchi is: @ ILS -> http://www.linux.it/~alessice/ on LinkedIn -> http://www.linkedin.com/in/alessice Assistenza Sistemi GNU/Linux -> http://www.cecchi.biz/ @ PLUG -> ex-Presidente, adesso senatore a vita, http://www.prato.linux.it @ LOLUG -> Socio http://www.lolug.net !DSPAM:4d554dc132716993735716!