vrepquota - summarizes fileset quotas
/usr/sbin/vrepquota [-guv] setname...
/usr/sbin/vrepquota -a [-guv]
Prints quota for all the filesets listed in
Prints group quotas only.
Prints user quotas only.
Prints a header line before the information for each fileset.
Specifies one or more filesets. You can specify a fileset
by using either the root directory (/usr/staff/myfileset) or
Operations supported by the vrepquota command are also supported by the repquota command. See repquota(8). The vrepquota command is supported only for backward compatibility with operating system versions earlier than DIGITAL UNIX Version 4.0 and will be retired in a future release of the product.
The vrepquota command prints a summary of the disk usage and quotas for the specified filesets. To be included in the summary, each fileset must have an advfs rq,userquota,groupquota entry in the /etc/fstab file. The following is an example of an entry in the etc/fstab file for the usr fileset:
advfs_dmn#usr /usr advfs rq,userquota,groupquota
By default, both user and group quota are displayed (if they exist).
For each user or group, the current number of files and amount of space (in
1 kilobyte blocks) is printed, as well as quota limits established with the
You must be the root user to use the
Specifies the command path
Contains user quotas for filesets
Contains group quotas for filesets
Contains fileset names and locations
vedquota(8), fsck(8), vquota(1), quotacheck(8), vquotaon(8), quotactl(2), fstab(4)