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Old 07-06-2004, 09:15 AM   #1
polis
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quota on NFS file system


Hi...
I'd setup a main server (RH9) with 4 other servers serve nfs to the main server. I got a little problem with quota since the 4 nfs servers serve /home/a , /home/b , /home/c , and /home/d directory on the main server. Users only can have 50 mbyte of space on their home folder which mean the NFS mounted folders. so I'd tried using edquota on the main server but it seams that it only can create quota for local file not the NFS dir [/home/a and so on]. Could someone tell me how to set local user that on main server to have quota on NFS mountd filesystem?
 
  


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