OpenVZ Error: Failed to load 2nd level quota solution

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Syncing 2nd level quota
11000: invalid option -- F
Usage: vzdqload quotaid [-c file] commands
Loads user/group qouta information from stdin into quota file.
    -c file    use given quota file
Commands specify what user/group information to load:
    -G    grace time
    -U    disk limits
    -T    expiration times
Error: Failed to load 2nd level quota


#solution


yum -y update vzctl

The reason this seems to happen is because OpenVZ (vzctl) on the destination node is out of date and lacks some features or has changed compared to what the source node has. 

Updating vzctl fixed the above problem.

 


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