You can use the
lfs quota -g $GROUP /ufrc command to check your group’s quota, where
$GROUP is the name of your group.
Here is an example for the user
jdoe from the group
jdgroup on the
/ufrc file system:
$ lfs quota -g jdgroup /ufrc Filesystem kbytes quota limit grace files quota limit grace /ufrc 15799470596 22548578304 22548578304 - 183580 0 0 -
All numbers listed in the output of the command are in kilobytes. The output includes a number of columns. The first six columns contain all useful information:
- Filesystem: name of the filesystem
- kbytes: amount of space used by the group
- quota: amount of space assigned to the group
- limit: maximum amount of space accessible by the group
-means the default grace period of seven days
- files: number of files owned by the group
A group can exceed the assigned quota up to the maximum quota for the duration of the grace period at which point the group’s ability to write new files will be restricted.