quota - display disk usage and limits
quota [ -njv ] [ idname ... ]
quota displays users' or projects' disk usage (in kilobytes) and limits.
Only the super-user may use the optional idname argument to view the
limits of another user or project.
If a -n flag is supplied, quota will only display user's or project's
quotas for local file systems. Remotely mounted file systems are
If a -j flag is supplied, quota will report project quotas. If the -j
flag isn't supplied, quota will report user quotas.
Normally, output pertaining to only those filesystems where the user or
project has exceeded its quota is displayed. The -v flag causes quota to
report the user's or project's quotas even if they have not been
quota reports only on file systems which have disk quotas. Remotely
mounted file systems which are mounted with the noquota option or without
the quota option (see fstab(4)) are ignored.
EFS does not keep quota accounting for users who do not have quota
EFS filesystems do not keep accurate quota accounting when quota limits
are added or removed; quotacheck(1M) must be run to rectify its records.
/etc/mtab mounted file systems
quotactl(2), quotaon(1M), fstab(4), edquota(1M), repquota(1M),
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