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Old 09-12-2005, 12:09 AM   #1
tulip4heaven
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how to setup quota on user dir in nis server


Dear fellows ,

Hi,

I have setup NIS server successfully, Home directories are mounted on clients machines.

Now i want to setup quota limit on these home directories.

Suppose i have two home dirs test1 , test2 which are mounted on clients machines.

now i want to setup quota limit "500MB" on test 1 and "1GB" on test2

Is there any way or Guidance.

waiting for your positive replies.

Thanks

Usman
 
Old 09-14-2005, 05:22 AM   #2
caruso
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Hi,

iīve a guide to setup quotas, but itīs in german language an too much to translate it. Do you understand german? If yes, i can mail it as a pdf-document to you.

regards

caruso
 
  


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