vxrepquota - summarize quotas for a VxFS file system
vxrepquota [ -guv ] filesystem ...
vxrepquota -a [ -guv ]
vxrepquota prints a summary of user and group quotas and the disk usage for a specified VxFS file system. The current disk usage values for number of files, amount of space (in kilobytes), and the quota limit are printed for each user and group on the file system with quotas set by vxedquota.
The file system must have quotas enabled for vxrepquota to provide current usage information. The file system must also have a quotas and quotas.grp file in its root directory to print user and group quotas.
Only privileged users can run vxrepquota to view quotas that are not their own.
This command operates the same on cluster file systems, however, to enable quotas for CFS, the quotas file must be on the same file system; links to another file system are not allowed.
-a Reports summaries on all mounted VxFS file systems that have either the user or group quota mount option set in the /etc/filesystems file. -g Displays group quotas. -u Displays user quotas. -v Reports quotas for all users and groups (if -g is specified) with quotas set by vxedquota, including those who are not using any file system resources.
The following example shows the summary for the file system /tstmnt. The plus (+) indicates that user sys exceeded the soft Block limits. The minus (-) sign indicates that user sys is still within the soft File limit.The following example prints group summaries.
# vxrepquota /tstmnt
Block limits File limits User used soft hard timeleft used soft hard timeleft sys +- 25 5 200 7.0 days 5 0 0
# vxrepquota -g /tstmnt
Block limits File limits User used soft hard timeleft used soft hard timeleft grl +- 25 5 200 7.0 days 5 0 0
/etc/filesystems File system characteristics quotas The user quotas file in the file system root directory. quotas.grp The group quotas file in the file system root directory.
filesystems, vxedquota(1M), vxquota(1M), vxquotaon(1M)
|VxFS 5.1 SP1||vxrepquota (1M)|