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vquota

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NAME

vquota - displays disk usage and limits  

SYNOPSIS

vquota [-g] [group] [-u] [user] [-q|-v]


 

OPTIONS

When specified without the group argument, displays group quotas for groups of which you are a member. Displays group quotas for group when you specify group. Prints information only for filesets where usage is over quota. Takes precedence over the -v option. Displays only your user quotas (the default) when specified without the user argument. Displays user quotas for user when you specify user. Displays quota information for all mounted filesets, regardless of whether the user has any files in a given fileset, or whether quotas are enabled on that fileset. The -q option takes precedence over the -v option.
 

DESCRIPTION

Operations supported by the vquota command are also supported by the quota command. See quota(1). The vquota command is supported only for backward compatibility with operating system versions earlier than Tru64 UNIX Version 4.0 and will be retired in a future release of the product.

The vquota command displays disk space usage and limits. Disk quota are displayed as 1 kilobyte blocks.

By default only your user quotas are displayed. If you use the -g option without the group argument, the vquota command displays group quotas for the groups of which you are a member.

Unless you use the -v option, the vquota command reports only on filesets listed in /etc/fstab that have disk quotas and under which you have files. If vquota exits with a nonzero status and there are no other errors, then one or more filesets are over quota.
 

RESTRICTIONS

You must be the root user to use the optional user argument with the -u option to view information about another user, or use the optional group argument with the -g option to view information about a group to which that user does not belong.
 

FILES

Contains user quotas for each fileset. Contains group quotas for each fileset. Contains fileset names and locations.
 

SEE ALSO

vedquota(8), vquot(8), vquotacheck(8), vquotaon(8), vquotaoff(8), vrepquota(8), quotactl(2), fstab(4)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
RESTRICTIONS
FILES
SEE ALSO

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