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I have a disk mounted on my AIX server and inside the disk, I want to create 3 directories with max size limit, so that the directories can be limited to pre-defined size.
Eg: My total disk size is 350 GB and I want to limit dir1 to max of 100 GB, dir 2 to 75 GB and dir 3 to 60 GB and... (3 Replies)
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I work on a distribution application on Linux which generates bulk reference data extract feeds and stores them on a Linux server. I have several consumer applications access the files stored on this Linux server using FTPS protocol. However in order for consumer applications to have access to... (2 Replies)
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I created a group HACKERS and made the user "demo" its member.
$ id demo
uid=500(demo) gid=500(demo) groups=500(demo),502(HACKERS)
Next, I granted read and execute permissions to the group "HACKERS" on /var/log/httpd as shown below:
setfacl -m "g:HACKERS:r-x"... (2 Replies)
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I'm trying to limit the size a directory can be under Solaris 10. I can find plenty of guides to do it for user home directories, ut what I'm after is an absolute limit, regardless of the user.
I want /export/example/ to never pass say 5 GB, no matter what user is... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: goodvikings
I am using Solaris 10.
i was trying to make a new directory in /u04 but it don't let me make directory unless i remove some other directories.
i issued the following command
df -F ufs -o i
Filesystem iused ifree %iused Mounted on
/dev/dsk/c1t0d0s0 ... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: malikshahid85
I am trying to set an ACL for a directory on my Solaris 10 box. I have an application which resides under /opt/CA directory. Application is installed by root and running as root. All log and configuration files are placed under /opt/CA as well.
What I am trying to do is granting... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: niyazi
I want to limit the size of a directory;
so a user cant copy more staff inside it then 5 Giga for example..
eg. /nfs/temp/jhon size can not increase more that 5Gb
I havnt found anything on the net. Is there a way to do it? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jredx
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Hi, I am not root, but I need to limit the size of my directory, so that it cannot contain more than 200M of stuff inside. Is this possible?
Also, how can I see the total size of that directory? If I do ls -ltrd, it does not give me the size of all the files inside the directory. And if I do df... (6 Replies)
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We are on a unix AIX 4.3 platform and our application is written as such that all configuration files must reside in a specific directory. Currently there are over 10,000 files in this directory (and growing at about 300 per month). My question is is there a physical limit to the... (2 Replies)
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I'm setting up a file server for users. Does anyone know how I can limit each users directory to 500MB?
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