quot - summarize filesystem ownership
/usr/etc/quot [ -acfnv ] [ filesystem ]
quot displays the number of kilobytes in the named filesystem currently
owned by each user. The filesystem should be a local filesystem.
-a Generate a report for all mounted local filesystems giving the
number of kilobytes used by each user.
-c Display three columns giving file size in kilobytes, number of files
of that size, and cumulative total of kilobytes in that size or
smaller file. The last row is used as an overflow bucket and is the
total of all files greater than 500 kilobytes.
-f Display count of kilobytes and number of files owned by each user.
-n Run the pipeline
ncheck filesystem <b>| sort +0n | quot -n filesystem
to produce a list of all files and their owners on EFS filesystems.
Not supported on XFS filesystems.
-v Display three columns containing the number of kilobytes not
accessed in the last 30, 60, and 90 days.
quot does not work on remotely mounted filesystems.
/etc/mtab mounted filesystems
/etc/passwd to get user names
du(1M), diskusg(1M), ls(1).
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