repquota - summarize quotas for a local filesystem
/usr/etc/repquota [ -sv ] filesystem ...
/usr/etc/repquota [ -sv ] [ -a ]
/usr/etc/repquota [ -j ] [ -e outputfile ] filesystem ...
/usr/etc/repquota [ -j ] [ -e outputfile ] [ -a ]
repquota outputs a summary of the disk usage and quotas for the specified
filesystems for all users declared in the local /etc/passwd file. For
each user the current number of files and amount of space (in kilobytes)
is printed, along with any quotas created with edquota(1M). Using
repquota, it is possible to obtain information about the overall XFS
quota system as well as output XFS quota limits in a format understood by
-a Report on all filesystems indicated in /etc/fstab to be read-write
and have quotas turned on.
-s Report statistics on XFS quota internals such as the space occupied
by quota information and quota on/off status. This information is
encapsulated in fs_quota_stat structure defined in <sys/quota.h>.
-e Append all quota limits of all users in /etc/passwd to the file
outputfile in a format that edquota can read in. This, for example,
is very useful in preserving the limits of a large number of users
for later use.
-v Report all quotas, even if there is no usage.
-j Report project quotas instead of user quotas. Use the local
/etc/projid file instead of the local /etc/passwd file.
Only the superuser can view quotas which are not their own. XFS
filesystems do keep accounting information for the superuser; however,
limits are never imposed.
quotas quota file at the EFS filesystem root
/etc/fstab default filesystems
/etc/passwd list of user accounts on the system.
/etc/projid list of projects on the system.
repquota only displays quota information for users declared in
/etc/passwd file on the local system.
repquota does not work over remotely mounted filesystems.
Options -s, -e -j do not work on EFS filesystems.
edquota(1M), quota(1), quotacheck(1M), quotaon(1M), quotactl(2).
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