Co robi SETQUOTA użycie. Konsola block-limit hard-block-limit soft-inode-limit hard-inode-limit.

Czy przydatne?

Polecenie setquota

Wykonanie, użycie: System administration command. Set quotas from the command line. Provide limits in the format soft-block-limit hard-block-limit soft-inode-limit hard-inode-limit. To disable a quota, set it to 0. See also edquota, a vi editor interface for editing and setting quotas

Opcje wykonania setquota w konsoli


Apply settings to all filesystems listed in /etc/mtab that support quotas.


Read new settings from standard input. Provide as a list, each line in the form of "name limits."


Specify filesystem quota format to use. See quota for a list of accepted values.


Set group quotas instead of users.


Apply the same settings as used for the specified user or group: prototype.

-tblockgrace inodegrace

Specify overall grace times in seconds for block and inode quotas.

-Tname blockgrace inodegrace

Specify grace times in seconds for individual user or group name. Use the string unset to remove existing grace times.


Set user quotas. (This is the default.)

Przykłady setquota działanie w Słownik polecenie S