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Please wait...checking for disk quotas

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Jonathan Caplette_1
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Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Hi guys,

When I try to log on a Unix Workstation with telnet, the login process freeze at "Please wait...checking for disk quotas". This station never done that before??? What could have been happend and what can I do to remove those quotas???

Thanks
Jonathan

 

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Andreas Voss
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Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Hi,

if you don't want (need) quota checking you can do:

chmod ugo-x /usr/bin/quota /usr/sbin/edquota

Regards
RAC_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

remove/rename .quatas file from the filesystem.
There is no substitute to HARDWORK
Jonathan Caplette_1
Super Advisor

Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Andreas, Thanks it worked!!!
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Are you using NFS to mount any filesystems on this machine? If so, make sure NFS is working. If the machine can not talk to the NFS server then you will see this behavior.
yangang
Occasional Visitor

Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Another case,but simmilar as :

[root@hold4 serverconfig]# telnet 136.224.24.70
Trying 136.224.24.70...
Connected to 136.224.24.70 (136.224.24.70).
Escape character is '^]'.

HP-UX nmdss1 B.11.31 U ia64 (tc)

login: kfxt
Password:
Last successful login:       Tue Sep  6 18:09:51 EAT 2011 172.19.248.124
Last authentication failure: Tue Sep  6 18:09:43 EAT 2011 172.19.248.124
Please wait...checking for disk quotas
Connection closed by foreign host.
[root@hold4 serverconfig]#

How can I resolve this problem?Thanks...

PG0426
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Re: Please wait...checking for disk quotas

Did you ever find a way to deal with this?  I don't have console access so it's difficult to fix it without being able to keep a telnet session open.