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QUOT(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   QUOT(8)

NAME
quot -- display total block usage per user for a file system SYNOPSIS
quot [-ncf] [filesystem ...] DESCRIPTION
The quot command displays the total count of blocks owned by a user for the filesystem filesystem. If the filesystem option filesystem is not specified, the file systems listed in /etc/fstab are used. The following options are available: -c Display information on file size and block usage. The file sizes are listed in the first column, the second column contains a count of how many files of that size were found and the third column lists the cumulative block usage for the displayed size and all smaller files. -f For each user, the number of files (inodes) owned is displayed in addition to the block usage. -n A list sorted by block usage is displayed. This is the result of quot executing the following command: ncheck filesystem | sort +0n | quot -n filesystem SEE ALSO
ls(1), du(1) HISTORY
The quot command appeared in Version 32V AT&T UNIX. 4th Berkeley Distribution June 6, 1993 4th Berkeley Distribution

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

NAME
quot - summarize filesystem ownership SYNOPSIS
quot [ -acfguvi ] [ filesystem... ] DESCRIPTION
quot displays the number of kilobytes in the named filesystem currently owned by each user or group. Note that this utility currently works only for XFS. OPTIONS
-a Generate a report for all mounted filesystems giving the number of kilobytes used by each user or group. -c Display three columns giving file size in kilobytes, number of files of that size, and cumulative total of kilobytes in that size or smaller file. The last row is used as an overflow bucket and is the total of all files greater than 500 kilobytes. -f Display count of kilobytes and number of files owned by each user or group. -g Report on groups. -u Report on users (the default). -v Display three columns containing the number of kilobytes not accessed in the last 30, 60, and 90 days. -i Ignore mountpoints mounted by automounter. -T Avoid truncation of user names longer than 8 characters. -q Do not sort the output. FILES
/etc/mtab mounted filesystem table /etc/passwd default set of users /etc/group default set of groups SEE ALSO
du(1), ls(1). BUGS
Currently, only the XFS filesystem type is supported. QUOT(8)
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