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Description of problem:
checkquota is broken, says it can't move old file to new file~
> # /sbin/quotacheck -abfM
> quotacheck: Cannot rename old quotafile /home/aquota.user to /home/aquota.user~: Operation not permitted
> # \rm -f aquota*
> rm: cannot remove `aquota.user': Operation not permitted
> it's like the os has the file locked and won't let go.
> /dev/sdb1 on /home type ext3 (rw,nosuid,nodev,usrquota)
can't rm the file either and removing the old aquota.user~ file
does not fix the issue either
also /etc/quotatab overwritten in fc2 to fc4 upgrade
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run /sbin/quotacheck -abfM on a system that already has quotas
Actual Results: see above
It's the "-b" flag for "backup /aquota.user" that generates the problem.
Various error messages depending on whether the aquota.user.new file exists
include "Operation not permitted". This is not an SELinux error, SELinux is
disabled. /aquota.user is rw root.
this got fixed when this was released:
Name : kernel
Version : 2.6.13 Vendor: Red Hat, Inc.
Release : 1.1526_FC4 Build Date: Wed Sep 28 20:05:24 2005
but then it got broken again when this was released:
Name : kernel
Version : 2.6.14 Vendor: Red Hat, Inc.
Release : 1.1644_FC4 Build Date: Sun Nov 27 03:53:57 2005
Same problem for me.
No occurance of bug on RHEL4 and FC5, using the latest quota tools (v3.13)