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Old 08-20-2004, 11:19 AM   #1
DanWiFi
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Samba + disk quotas


I have a samba fileserver running on fedora core2 that is connected to a windows ADS server via winbind. So basically every new user that is added to ADS gets a nice and neat little share on the samba file server that belongs to them and only them. This is done automatically when the user logs into their windows machine.

I want to put into place disk quotas for these samba shares. Is there a way that I can say, for instance, I want each user of the users group on the samba box to only be allowed 30 megs on the disk? If so, how do I do this?

Thanks a ton!

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