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Re: Editing (new) quota for a new user
On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 05:58:46PM +0200, Edgar Fu? wrote:
> I just started to play around with the new quota system.
> I tried to set quotas for a user that didn't own any files on the
> file system in question.
> With an "interactive" edquota, I got
> edquota: /export/test (ufs/ffs quota v2):
> : bad format
> With a edquota -h ... -s ..., I got a zero exit status, a following
> "interactive" edquota showing what I entered, but repquota not showing
> anything for that user.
> When I allocate a file for that user, edquota -h ... -s ... works, but an
> "interactive" edquota throws the same error and disables that user's quota.
> Is this expected behaviour?
No. Well, some of it is. I'm pretty sure repquota doesn't print
entries for users with zero usage. If you use repquota -x you should
get output. Also try quota -v.
However, edquota is supposed to work. It is definitely possible that I
broke interactive edquota without noticing...
David A. Holland
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