Are there any command line utilities that make it easier to read quotas (e.g. showing percentages, approximate size in MB, etc.). Perhaps something like what htop does for top, but for quota?
I get fsync() failed: Disk quota exceeded but when I use df -h and df -i there is enough space in all the folders. What can I do?
I have enabled quotas on an xfs-partition. But it seems to be broken: $ echo asdf >/disk/l/data/avi/foo -su: /disk/l/data/avi/foo: Disk quota exceeded $ quota -f /disk/l Disk quotas for user avi ...
Possible Duplicate: Managing disk space on servers I want to limit disk space for any specific user. Actually I need to do this for every user. I am building a Scientific Linux server and I ...
Is it okay to delete the quota.user file from the root directory? This file is 2.7GB in size and I need to wipe it from the system. I ran: $ quotaoff -avug $ mv quota.user quotaold.user $ quotaon ...
Resolved: See "However" at the end of the question for details. I've managed to hose my login to a Unix box. I don't have an easy way of contacting the administrator, so I'd like to resolve it myself ...