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Old 02-21-2007, 04:38 AM   #1
dwarf007
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Check group usage in bytes


I heard there is a limitation of every group can use up to 1024 bytes only. Does anyone knows what is the command to check group usage in bytes.

Appreciate if someone could help.
Thank you.....
 
Old 02-21-2007, 04:52 AM   #2
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Up to 1024 bytes seems nothing, but maybe I do not exactly understand what do you mean for "group usage". In which way this limitation has been done? If using quotas, you can check the group usage by
Code:
quota -g
On the other end, if you want to know how much space is used by all the files belonging to a specific group, you can do something like:
Code:
find / -type f -group users | xargs ls -l | gawk '{usage += $5} END {print usage}'
This will return the amount in bytes of all the files which belong to the group "users". Just a warning: this command may take a long time to execute, depending of the number of files found!
 
Old 02-21-2007, 08:52 PM   #3
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colucix, Thank You for the reply.

Actually I am here facing an issue regarding to the NIS group. Previously we are facing issue of the too many users tie up to one single group. At the end, we end up with all the users in the group facing aceess permission failure.

Example:
I have a group call "group1" with 3 users ID(user1, user2, user3)
I would like to know how much of bytes usage will "group1" need to tie user1, user2, user3?

I would like to know is there any command to check the a particular group usage in bytes.

Anyone can help?
 
  


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