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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration
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Maintaining Quotas (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Check for exceeded quotas.

Display the quotas and disk use for individual users on file systems on which quotas have been activated by using the quota command.

How to Check for Exceeded Quotas

Check for quotas on a file system.

Display the quotas and disk use for all users on one or more file systems by using the repquota command.

How to Check Quotas on a File System

Change the soft limit default.

Change the length of time that users can exceed their disk space quotas or inode quotas by using the edquota command.

How to Change the Soft Limit Default

Change quotas for a user.

Use the quota editor, edquota, to change quotas for an individual user.

How to Change Quotas for a User

Disable quotas for a user.

Use the quota editor, edquota, to disable quotas for an individual user.

How to Disable Quotas for a User

Turn off quotas.

Turn off quotas by using the quotaoff command.

How to Turn Off Quotas

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