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RQUOTAD(8)						      System Manager's Manual							RQUOTAD(8)

NAME
quota_nld - quota netlink message daemon SYNOPSIS
quota_nld [[ -D | -C ][ -F ][ -b ]] DESCRIPTION
quota_nld listens on netlink socket and processes received quota warnings. By default quota_nld forwards warning messages to both the sys- tem's DBUS (so that the desktop manager can display a dialog) and the last-accessed terminal of the user to whom each warning is directed. Either of these destinations can be disabled with the -D and -C options, respectively. In the case of the user's terminal, quota messages about falling below the hard and soft limits are not sent unless the -b option is speci- fied. In the case of the DBUS, all quota messages are sent. Note, that you have to enable the kernel support for sending quota messages over netlink (in Filesystems->Quota menu). OPTIONS
-V, --version Show version of quota tools and exit. -h, --help Show a usage message and exit. -D, --no-dbus Do not forward quota warnings to DBUS. -C, --no-console Do not print quota warnings to the user's last-accessed terminal. -b, --print-below If quota warnings are printed to users' terminals, include messages about falling below their hard and soft limits. -F, --foreground Run daemon in foreground (may be useful for debugging purposes). SEE ALSO
quota(1), netlink(7), dbus.freedesktop.org RQUOTAD(8)

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RQUOTAD(8)						      System Manager's Manual							RQUOTAD(8)

NAME
quota_nld - quota netlink message daemon SYNOPSIS
quota_nld [[ -D | -C ][ -F ][ -b ]] DESCRIPTION
quota_nld listens on netlink socket and processes received quota warnings. By default quota_nld forwards warning messages to both the sys- tem's DBUS (so that the desktop manager can display a dialog) and the last-accessed terminal of the user to whom each warning is directed. Either of these destinations can be disabled with the -D and -C options, respectively. In the case of the user's terminal, quota messages about falling below the hard and soft limits are not sent unless the -b option is speci- fied. In the case of the DBUS, all quota messages are sent. Note, that you have to enable the kernel support for sending quota messages over netlink (in Filesystems->Quota menu). OPTIONS
-V, --version Show version of quota tools and exit. -h, --help Show a usage message and exit. -D, --no-dbus Do not forward quota warnings to DBUS. -C, --no-console Do not print quota warnings to the user's last-accessed terminal. -b, --print-below If quota warnings are printed to users' terminals, include messages about falling below their hard and soft limits. -F, --foreground Run daemon in foreground (may be useful for debugging purposes). SEE ALSO
quota(1), netlink(7), dbus.freedesktop.org RQUOTAD(8)
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