edquota calls /usr/bin/vi, instead of /bin/vi. There is no
EDIOR variable set.
I could not replicate this on a test system. There is a symbolic link
in /usr/bin/ named vi that points to the vim binary. Therefore I was
not able to get it to fail on a standard 5.2 installation.
I ran edquota on two systems. If I set the environment variable,
EDITOR, to /bin/vi, edquota would work. With the system as
distributed, this variable is not set, and edquota fails as it assumes
that /usr/bin/vi exists, which it doesn't in a default install.
jbj appears to be the owner of the quota package.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 120 ***
Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/openshift/origin
Issue #333, #528 - add number to builds