How to enable User and Group Disk Quota on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

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8 Responses

  1. Mk says:

    Tnq..Good article…

  2. Dany says:

    Remarkable article.
    What happened when grace period for soft quota is reached?

  3. vikas says:

    informative indeed.. easy to understand

  4. Paul Whitney says:

    What about troubleshooting? I added entries to fstab, remounted, and when I do the grep still shows “noquota”

  5. Santosh says:

    Excellent info. let me know, how can we assign inodes and inodes calculation

  6. Bruce says:

    What would happen if you added quota to /home when its still part of /? Would the quota only affect that specific directory or the whole root file system?

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