Re: edquota

From: Daniel Eugenin (deugenin_at_inf.uach.cl)
Date: 09/30/04


To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@redhat.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 14:50:49 -0400

You must set usertmp quota and:

edquota -p usertmp `awk -F: '$3 >500 {print $1}' /etc/passwd`

For UID users > 500 in /etc/passwd

El jue, 30-09-2004 a las 13:31, bryan escribió:
> All users will get identical limits and I do have a couple of the users
> set what is the syntax of the command to copy a user account that has
> set limits to one that don't?
>
> Alexey Fadyushin wrote:
>
> > If you need identical limits for your users, you should manually set
> > quota limit for one of them with 'edquota' and then copy these limit
> > to other users with '-p' option of edqouta. Copying of quotas could be
> > easily done from a script.
> >
> > Alexey Fadyushin
> > Brainbench MVP for Linux.
> > http://www.brainbench.com
> >
> > bryan wrote:
> >
> >> I have a redhat as2 server that is home to personal webspace for my
> >> users. I have set up the partition that they are on for quotas and
> >> now need to implement this for about 3500 users. Is there any way I
> >> can do this without doing edquota for each user?
> >>
> >> thanks for your time and expertise.
> >>
> >> Bryan Elliott
> >>
> >

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