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Old 11-30-2011, 09:00 AM
Rich Boyce
 
Default Fedora 16: quota command for NFS shares

Hello list,

In Fedora 14, running 'quota' whilst in an NFS share showed the user
quota for the share. In Fedora 16, it does not. Any idea how to get this
working?

Thanks,
Rich
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Old 12-05-2011, 03:32 PM
Rich Boyce
 
Default Fedora 16: quota command for NFS shares

On 30/11/11 10:00, Rich Boyce wrote:
> Hello list,
>
> In Fedora 14, running 'quota' whilst in an NFS share showed the user
> quota for the share. In Fedora 16, it does not. Any idea how to get this
> working?

Replying to my own message. In the end I've recompiled and repackaged
the version of quota (3.17) that is in F14, for F16. I've renamed the
package and command to quota3, and removed all other files from the new
package. This installs fine alongside the F16 quota package (version
4.00-pre1) and works nicely.

I'm guessing the problem with using version 4 is that we're still using
NFS version 3 here. Perhaps quota 4 can't talk to NFS 3 servers.

Rich
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