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You could use pv: </mnt/nfs/image.img pv -L 5m >/dev/sda The -L flag limits the throughput to 5 megabytes per second. pv also writes to the stdout so you have to redirect to the target with >.
The groups defined with the @group syntax in the limits.conf file can match groups defined in any group database back-end, i.e. files (/etc/group), nis, ldap, and whatever else nsswitch.conf might support. Assigning a group to an ldap user entry is not done by locating his/her entry somewhere in the hierarchy (like under ou=student in your question) but by ...
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