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AlvinLee
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Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Hi All,

Is there a different between Linux and Solaris in displaying the tree quotas size? The customer wish to display only the hard limit when they type df command,

not the whole file system size

In Linux, have no issue in displaying in the hard quota limit

[root@peta netadmin]# df -k /usr1/kobayasi/
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
192.52.120.10:/usr 1024000 378528 645472 37% /usr1

While in Solaris 9 and 10 , it will display the whole file system size

root@bolt[134]_% df -k /usr1/kobayasi/
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
TkyDCZoo:/usr 1032575984 31097608 1001478376 4% /usr1

Since both is the same filesystem, I just don't understand why in Solaris, it just won't show the hard limit. Is there any additional setting required for Solaris to display the hard limit??

Additional information

VNX (7.0.14)

The useQuotasInFsStat  =  1 have been set

Setup "kobayasi" tree quota directory with hard limited, restricted at 1024MB

Enable Deny Disk Space to users exceeding quotas

- Alvin

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AlvinLee
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Hi All,

Is there anyone that can assist on this?

Thanks

- Alvin

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dynamox
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

what do you see if you are not logged-in as root but regular user

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AlvinLee
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

From what I gather, he still seeing the same result, regardless using root or non-root, while df -k in solaris

He does not get the same result while in Linux

Regards

Alvin Lee

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AlvinLee
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Hi All,

Anything?? I really hope I can get some additional information here...

Alvin

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Rainer_EMC
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Are you at the latest DART rev ?

Otherwise troubleshoot with network traces or open a service request.

Most likely in this case it’s a client configuration or bug and has nothing to do with Celerra.

Rainer

P.S.: As an EMC employee please use the internal EMC!One Unified forum

AlvinLee
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Nope, the box is running 7.0.14 and I'm actually the case owner for the SR.

Ok, I would request for a network trace to be perform and see what would I get

Thanks Rainer

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Rainer_EMC
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

are both clients using NFSv3 ?

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AlvinLee
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

Unsure on this. Will verify it with the customer if both client (Linux and Solaris) running on NFSv3

This might sound like a stupid question but would it really be a different here?

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Rainer_EMC
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Re: Solaris showing whole filesystem instead of quota size

NFSv4 is a different code path and there was a difference with NFSv4 and df in the past – see AR 144619

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