Hi, I'm following the instructions for a 'perfect server' setup, but I'm having problems with the quotas. the webserver has a drive /dev/sda, with an ocfs2 partition /dev/sda1, mounted at /var/www I've installed quota and quotatool. and added (according to the debian instructions) usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0 to the mount listing in /etc/fstab. but I can't remount the folder, mount.ocfs2 unrecognised mount option 'usrjquota.aquota.user' or missing value. same with usrjquota=quota.user,grpjquota=quota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0 from the Ubuntu instructions. at first, I thought it was just quota's not being enabled on the filesystem, so I ran tunefs.ocfs --fs-features=usrquota,grpquota but i get the same mounting errors, I can get it to mount if I just use usrquota,grpquota in fstab but then when I run quotacheck -avugm I get: quotacheck: skipping /dev/sda1 [/var/www] quotacheck: cannot find filesystem to check or filesystem not mounted with quota option quotaon -avug returns: /dev/sda1 [/var/www]: group quotas turned on /dev/sda1 [/var/www]: user quotas turned on running the quotacheck again, still skips /dev/sda1, and says' it can't file a filesystem to check. so are quotas actually working now?, if not , what do I need to do? thanks lee.