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quot(8)								      quot(8)



NAME

  quot - Displays information about user files

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/sbin/quot [-cfghnv] [file_spec...]

OPTIONS

  -c  Displays three columns about user	files: file size in 1024-byte disk
      blocks, number of	files that are the size	described in column one, and
      the cumulative total of 1024-byte	disk blocks that are in	files of the
      size or smaller described	in column one.

  -f  Displays three columns about user	files: the space allocated for the
      user's files in 1024-byte	disk blocks, the number	of files owned by the
      user, and	the user name.

  -g  Displays three columns about user	files in different groups: the space
      allocated	for the	user files in 1024-byte	disk blocks, the user name,
      and the user's group.

  -h  Displays two columns about user files:  an estimate of the space allo-
      cated for	the user files in 1024-byte disk blocks	and the	user name.
      The estimate does	not include calculations for sparse files and there-
      fore inaccurately	represents them.

  -n  Displays a list of all files and the user	name of	their owners. How-
      ever, you	must use the option in the following  pipeline:


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

      For example:
	   # ncheck /dev/rdisk/dsk0a|sort +0n|quot -n /dev/rdisk/dsk0a \
		    >> quot.out

      If you attempt to	use the	-n option by itself, the quot command hangs.

  -v  Displays five columns about user files: the space	allocated for the
      user files in 1024-byte disk blocks, the user name, and how many blocks
      there are	in user	files that have	not been accessed in 30, 60, and 90
      days.

OPERANDS

  file_spec
      Specifies	one or more file systems.  Specify a file system by entering
      its name as defined by its file_spec parameter in	the /etc/fstab file.
      Otherwise, how you specify a file	system depends on whether it is	UFS
      or AdvFS and whether it is mounted.

      To specify a UFS file system that	is mounted, enter the name of its
      character	device special file.  For example: /dev/rdisk/dsk3c.

      To specify a UFS that is not mounted, enter the name of its block	dev-
      ice special file.	 For example: /dev/disk/dsk3c.

      To specify an AdvFS fileset that is mounted, enter the name of the file
      domain, a	pound-sign(#) character, and the name of the fileset.  For
      example: root_domain#root.

      You cannot specify an AdvFS fileset that is not mounted.

DESCRIPTION

  The quot command displays information	about each file	system's users and
  the files that they own. If you do not specify a file	system,	the quot com-
  mand processes all file systems of type ro, rw, or rq	that are listed	in
  the /etc/fstab file.

NOTES

  The term file	system represents either a UFS file system or an AdvFS
  fileset.

RESTRICTION

  You must be the root user to use the quot command.

  For UFS file systems,	the file_spec parameter	must be	the name of a device
  that can be opened for reading.

EXAMPLES

  The following	command	displays the blocks used and the number	of files
  owned	by each	user on	the mounted file system	specified by the
  /dev/rdisk/dsk1a character device special file name:

       # quot -f /dev/rdisk/dsk1a
       /dev/rrz1a:
       42813   760   root
       23882   543   bin
	   6	 2   devbld

  The following	command	displays the number of blocks owned by each user:

       # quot staff_domain#usr
       staff_domain#usr:
       308522  bin
       93881   smith
       62270   root
	4335   #553
	3615   bold
	  24   daemon
	  15   steven
	  14   jones
	  14   walter
	   6   adm
	   3   north

  The following	command	displays the aging of files in the test_domain#test
  fileset:

       # quot -v test_domain#test
       test_domain#test:
       788912  jdoe	      334932  299802  297186
	1350   root		1318	1318	1310
	  13   nobody		  13	  13	   0
       #

  The following	command	displays space allocation for the quot_all_fs1
  fileset in the quot_all_dmn domain:

       # quot -h quot_all_dmn#quot_all_fs1
       quot_all_dmn#quot_all_fs1:
	48  root
	8  usr_grp

       #

FILES

  /usr/sbin/quot
      Command path

  /etc/passwd
      Contains user information

  /etc/fstab
      Lists file systems

SEE ALSO

  ls(1), du(1)