Have you tried this patch set with the v2 user space changes?
Looks this is the latest update from Chandra that I can searched from
the mailing list:
On 05/14/2013 04:52 PM, Michael L. Semon wrote:
> Hi! I seem to have no luck in getting v8 of the pquota/uquota patchset
> working and have it pass xfstests with flying colors. Is v8 of the
> pquota/gquota patchset sufficient to make the new separate pquota/gquota
> bits work? Or is it an incremental patchset?
> The basic functionality works, in my opinion, and I hope nobody wastes
> time with a nice, educated reply. It would be mostly wasted on me and
> is better saved for somebody else. A reply of "do this...and
> this...btw, how did this test come out?" would be welcomed, though ;-)
> Anyway, some vague observations as I grasp for straws...
> 1) The xfstests quota group tests seem to fail in different ways than
> the way they did before applying the patches.
> 2) Nothing has oopsed.
> 3) In testing using the `xfs_quota -x` command, the patches seem to
> work. On `mount -t xfs -o gquota` mounts, using the quota command from
> within the xfs_quota shell, the group quotas show but not the projid
> quotas. On `mount -t xfs -o pquota` mounts, the projid quotas show but
> not the gquota mounts. This is different than the old behavior, where
> the gquota numbers might be recycled into projid numbers.
> 4) The results of `xfsquota -c print` are confusing. Maybe they're
> showing the XFS view when they show things like
> 'uqnoenforce,gquota,pquota' for a mount that is gquota only. They're
> doubly confusing once /etc/projid and /etc/projects have been set up.
> The 'gqnoenforce' and 'pqnoenforce' flags show up at times for reasons
> that are unknown to me.
> 5) `mount -t xfs -o gquota,pquota` is not possible at this time.
> 6) The patches applied cleanly to a git Linux 3.10-rc1 kernel + xfs-oss,
> with only whitespace errors reported.
> 7) I question whether 'bsoft=' has a visible effect on projid quotas,
> whether using your patches or not. Did it ever work?
> 8) I had no feel on whether the filesystem had to be mounted once as
> gquota, then once as pquota, for the full dual functionality to work.
> 9) It looks like xfs_repair doesn't ruin anything, but the `xfsquota -c
> print` output looks a little different on the next mount.
> That's about all that could be put together in a coherent manner. Sleep
> The PC is a 32-bit Pentium 4. In addition to the kernel mentioned in
> (6), there are a few J. Liu and Dave Chinner patches applied as well.
> Best of luck!
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