[Gluster-users] quota command fails for directory with colon in its name

Amar Tumballi amarts at redhat.com
Thu Apr 12 22:02:57 PDT 2012


On 04/02/2012 09:45 PM, Mitsue Acosta Murakami wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am testing Glusterfs_3.2.6-1 on Debian Squeeze to host our email storage.
>
> I am experiencing problems to set disk limit to directories. If there is
> a directory with colon in its name, quota command fails to show disk
> usage for all directories:
>
>
> ~# gluster volume quota testeGluster limit-usage
> /domain/users/teste\:cal 5GB
>
> ~# gluster volume quota testeGluster list
>
> path limit_set size
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> /domain 30GB
> /domain/users/abacate 10GB
> /domain/users/adailton 10GB
> /domain/users/adiministrativo 10GB
> /domain/users/administrativo 10GB
> /domain/users/agv 10GB
> /domain/users/teste cal:5GB
> .
> .
> umount: /tmp/mntjJiIDt: not mounted
>
> Note that the directory name (teste:cal) appears with blank spaces and
> at the end of the list there is this message: "umount: /tmp/mntjJiIDt:
> not mounted"
>
>
> After removing the limit of the directory with colon, quota list command
> displays the size again:
>
>

Seems like a genuine bug to me. Can you please file a bug report @ 
https://bugzilla.redhat.com ? (Community -> GlusterFS)

We will take it from there and make sure the behavior is fixed.

Regards,
Amar


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