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antony_csf 06-17-2004 01:23 AM

how can i default the max folder file size when it create inside a folder
 
how can i default the max folder file size when it create inside a folder?

for example, if i create a /studentData <--- folder

when i create a new folder inside it /studentData/s0001

how can i limit the max file size and default read write execute parameter inside the s0001 folder??

SBing 06-17-2004 02:26 AM

Tried looking at quota? (man quota for more info)

In terms of access, you'll need to edit permissions, change the owner group to one that contains all the users you want to access the directory.

Steve


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