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quotaon(8)

QUOTAON(8)                                             QUOTAON(8)

NAME
       quotaon, quotaoff - turn file system quotas on and off

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/etc/quotaon [ -vug ] filesystem...
       /usr/etc/quotaon [ -avug ]

       /usr/etc/quotaoff [ -vug ] filesystem...
       /usr/etc/quotaoff [ -avug ]

DESCRIPTION
   quotaon
       quotaon announces to the system that disk quotas should be
       enabled on one or more file systems. The file system quota
       files  must be present in the root directory of the speci-
       fied file system and be named quota.user for userquota  or
       quota.group for groupquota.

   quotaoff
       quotaoff  announces to the system that file systems speci-
       fied should have any disk quotas turned off.

OPTIONS
   quotaon
       -a     All file systems in  /etc/fstab  marked  read-write
              with quotas will have their quotas turned on.  This
              is normally used at boot time to enable quotas.

       -v     Display a message for each file system where quotas
              are turned on.

       -u     Manupulate user quotas. This is the default.

       -g     Manupulate group quotas.

   quotaoff
       -a     Force  all file systems in /etc/fstab to have their
              quotas disabled.

       -v     Display a message for each file system affected.

       -u     Manupulate user quotas. This is the default.

       -g     Manupulate group quotas.

FILES
       quota.user          user quota file  at  the  file  system
                           root
       quota.group         group  quota  file  at the file system
                           root
       /etc/fstab          default file systems

SEE ALSO
       quotactl(2), fstab(5),

                          Tue Jun 8 1993                        1


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