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Old 07-10-2007, 01:40 PM   #1
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Disk Quota -- restricrting users as well as stopping Denial of Service Attacks


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Disk Quota -- restricrting users as well as stopping Denial of Service Attacks

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DISK QUOTA
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USE
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The quota package contains system administration tools for monitoring
and limiting user and or group disk usage per filesystem.

IMPLEMENTING QUOTA
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Configure the Kernel with Quota support.
Install the quota package.
Edit /etc/fstab
Establish the quota files
Set quotas.
Turn on Quota checking.

Configuring the Kernel
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