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Old 03-27-2008, 04:30 AM   #1
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Quota support for mounted disks - is it supported?


The questions is basically quite simple: I have a system root partition, which is on a fast, but small hdd. I want the user home directories to be on those huge, but slower sata drives and I will be putting directories like /home/user to a separate hdd. If I want to setup quota for the users, where do I need to put the quota file? Do I need to put it in the root of every drive?

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