vzquota : (warning) block_hard_limit [102] < block_current_usage [520824] - Openvz Solution

vzquota : (warning) block_hard_limit [102] < block_current_usage [520824]

This is because your disk usage of the container exceeds the quota.

Eg. once on a test container I had accidentally set it to 32MB yet the OS took about 600MB.

Just set the quota to something bigger than the currently used space to solve it.

vzctl set 3891 --diskspace 5G:5G --save


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