My OS is: CentOS Linux release 7.5.1804 (Core) This problem appeared after a linux update some time last month (i don't know when). Before that, everything was working fine.
I have a folder on my linux system that uses arround 20Gb of disk space. On that system, i create users and assign to them a quota of 10Gb. Then, i create symlinks on the user's home to all files and folders of the above folder that contains 20Gb of files. Usually, the user is left with arround 9,8-9,9Gb of free space. But, after the update, when i check the user's quota, he doesn't have free space and is even using -10Gb. Wich means that he can't run the software that is being linked because lack of free space.
Can someone point me to a way to fix this out?
Edit: These are an example of the commands I run:
# adduser testuser1 # edquota testuser1 # and type 20971520 under hard # mkdir /home/testuser1/folder1 # mkdir /home/testuser1/folder2 # mkdir /home/testuser1/folder3 # ln -sf "/home/program/bigfile1" "/home/testuser1/bigfile1"` # ln -sf "/home/program/folder1/bigfile2" "/home/testuser1/folder1/bigfile2" # ln -sf "/home/program/folder2/bigfile3" "/home/testuser1/folder2/bigfile3" # ln -sf "/home/program/folder3/bigfile4" "/home/testuser1/folder3/bigfile4" # cd /home/testuser1 # du -sh # Gives this: 15k