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quotacheck

 
Scan a filesystem for disk usage; create, check and repair quota files. It is best to run quota check with quotas turned off to prevent damage or loss to quota files. More information: https://manned.org/quotacheck.
 
  • Check quotas on all mounted non-NFS filesystems:
     
    sudo quotacheck --all
     
  • Force check even if quotas are enabled (this can cause damage or loss to quota files):
     
    sudo quotacheck --force {{mountpoint}}
     
  • Check quotas on a given filesystem in debug mode:
     
    sudo quotacheck --debug {{mountpoint}}
     
  • Check quotas on a given filesystem, displaying the progress:
     
    sudo quotacheck --verbose {{mountpoint}}
     
  • Check user quotas:
     
    sudo quotacheck --user {{user}} {{mountpoint}}
     
  • Check group quotas:
     
    sudo quotacheck --group {{group}} {{mountpoint}}

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