Quota Command

[root@local~]# reqquota -u /dev/sda3
[root@local~]# reqquota -g /dev/sda3
[root@local~]# reqquota -ug /dev/sda3

Check the quota status of the partition (-u user / -g group)

[root@local~]# edquota -u alan Disk quotas for user alan (uid 501) Filesystem¡@¡@¡@blocks¡@¡@¡@soft¡@¡@¡@¡@hard¡@¡@¡@inodes¡@¡@¡@soft¡@¡@¡@hard /dev/sda3¡@¡@¡@¡@224¡@¡@¡@800000¡@¡@1024000¡@¡@¡@6¡@¡@¡@¡@ 0¡@¡@¡@¡@ 0 or setquota -u alan 800000 1024000 0 0 /home

Set the quota soft limit 800M, hard limit 1G to user alan
(-u user / -g group)

[root@local~]# edquota -t Grace period before enforcing soft limits for users: Time units may be: days, hours, minutes, or seconds Filesystem¡@¡@¡@Block ¡@¡@¡@¡@grace period¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@Inode grace period /dev/sda3¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@7days¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@¡@7days

Set the period before enforcing soft limits for users

[root@local~]# quotaon /home
[root@local~]# quotaoff /dev/sda3

Turn on/off the quota of partition

[root@local~]# quotacheck -vug /home

Quota check in the partition
(It is required for first time quota installation in the partition)

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