quot - summarize ownership on an HFS file system
/usr/sbin/quot [-F hfs] [-V] [-cfhnv] filesystem ...
/usr/sbin/quot [-F hfs] [-V] [-cfhnv] -a
The quot command displays the number of 1024-byte blocks in the named
HFS filesystem that are currently owned by each user. filesystem is
either the name of the directory on which the file system is mounted
or the name of the device containing the file system.
quot recognizes the following options:
-F hfs Specify the file system type hfs.
-V Echo the completed command line, but perform no other
action. The command line is generated by incorporating
the user-specified options and other information
derived from /etc/fstab. This option allows the user
to verify the command line. If the options specified
are valid, the completed command line is echoed. If
the options specified are not valid, an error message
-a Generate a report for all mounted HFS file systems.
-c Report size rather than user statistics. Generates
histogram statistics in 3-column format:
Column 1: File size in blocks. Sizes are listed
in ascending order up to 499 blocks
per file. Files occupying 499 or more
blocks are counted together on a
single line as 499-block files (but
column 3 is based on actual number of
Column 2: Number of files of size indicated in
Column 3: Cumulative total blocks occupied by
files counted in current plus all
Use of this option overrides the -f and -v options.
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-f Display number of files and space occupied by each
-h Calculate the number of blocks in the file based on
file size rather than actual blocks allocated. This
option does not account for sparse files (files with
holes in them).
-n Accept data from the ncheck command (see ncheck(1M)) as
input. Run the pipeline:
ncheck device | sort +0n | quot -n filesystem
to produce a list of all files and their owners.
-v Display three columns containing the number of blocks
not accessed in the last 30, 60, and 90 days.
quot, a disk quota command, was developed by the University of
California, Berkeley, Sun Microsystems, Inc., and HP.
/etc/fstab Static information about the file systems
/etc/mnttab Mounted file system table
/etc/passwd Password file (contains user names).
quot(1M), du(1), find(1), ls(1), fstyp(1M), mount(1M), ncheck(1M),
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