QUOT(1M) Maintenance Commands QUOT(1M)

quot - summarize file system ownership

quot [-acfhnv] filesystem...

quot -a [-cfhnv]

quot displays the number of blocks (1024 bytes) in the named filesystem (one or more) currently owned by each user. There is a limit of 2048 blocks. Files larger than this will be counted as a 2048 block file, but the total block count will be correct.

The following options are supported:

-a

Generate a report for all mounted file systems.

-c

Display three columns giving a file size in blocks, the number of files of that size, and a cumulative total of blocks containing files of that size or a smaller size.

-f

Display three columns giving, for each user, the number of blocks owned, the count of number of files, and the user name. This option is incompatible with the -c and -v options.

-h

Estimate the number of blocks in the file. This does not account for files with holes in them.

-n

Attach names to the list of files read from standard input. quot -n cannot be used alone, because it expects data from standard input. For example, the pipeline

ncheck myfilesystem | sort +0n | quot -n myfilesystem

will produce a list of all files and their owners. This option is incompatible with all other options.

-v

In addition to the default output, display three columns containing the number of blocks not accessed in the last 30, 60, and 90 days.

filesystem
mount-point of the filesystem(s) being checked

See largefile(5) for the description of the behavior of quot when encountering files greater than or equal to 2 Gbyte ( 2^31 bytes).

0
Successful operation.

32

Error condition (bad or missing argument, bad path, or other error).

/etc/mnttab
Lists mounted file systems.

/etc/passwd

Used to obtain user names

du(1), mnttab(4), passwd(4), attributes(5), largefile(5)

This command can only be used by the super-user.

May 30, 2001 OmniOS