Got a call at 4am - RAID Gurus Please Read
bzs at world.std.com
Fri Dec 12 17:57:43 UTC 2014
That might be close enough. I need to set up a test system and play
around with zfs and btrfs.
On December 11, 2014 at 21:29 mysidia at gmail.com (Jimmy Hess) wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 9:05 PM, Barry Shein <bzs at world.std.com> wrote:
> > From my reading the closest you can get to disk space quotas in ZFS is
> > by limiting on a per directory (dataset, mount) basis which is similar
> > but different.
> This is the normal type of quota within ZFS. it is applied to a
> dataset and limits the size of the dataset, such as
> You can have as many datasets ("filesystems") as you like (within
> practical limits), which is probably the way to go in regards to home
> But another option is
> zfs set groupquota at groupname=100GB example1/blah
> zfs set userquota at user1=200MB example1/blah
> This would be available on the Solaris implementation.
> I am not 100% certain that this is available under the BSD implementations,
> even if QUOTA is enabled in your kernel config.
> In the past.... the BSD implementation of ZFS never seemed to be as
> stable, functional, or performant as the OpenSolaris/Illumos version.
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