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vzdqdump

vzdqdump

Section: Containers (8) Updated: Mar 06, 2008
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NAME

vzdqdump, vzdqload - dump, load user/group quotas  

SYNOPSIS

vzdqdump [general_options] quota_id [-f]
[-c quota_file] { [-G] [-U] [-T] }
vzdqload [general_options] quota_id
[-c quota_file] { [-G] [-U] [-T] }

 

DESCRIPTION

vzdqdump dumps user/group quota information obtained either from a quota file or the kernel to stdout.

vzdqload loads user/group quota information provided by vzdqdump from stdin into quota file. Quota must be stopped at load.

The quota_id must be numeric-only identifier. Note, that quota ID is not the same as container ID (CTID). One container can mount several filesystems and each of them can have its own quotas.

 

OPTIONS

 

General

-h
Print usage information.
-V
Print utility version.
-q
Quiet mode. Causes all warning and diagnostic messages to be suppressed. Only fatal errors are displayed.
-v
Verbose mode. Causes the utilities to print debugging messages about their progress. Multiple -v options increase verbosity. Maximum is 2.
 

Parameters

-f
Dump user/group quota information from kernel rather than quota file.
-c quota_file
Specifies quota file to process.
-G, --grace
Dump (load) user/group grace times.
-U, --limits
Dump (load) disk limits of users/groups.
-T, --exptimes
Dump (load) expiration times of users/groups.

 

DIAGNOSTICS

See vzquota(8)

 

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2000-2008, Parallels, Inc. Licensed under GNU GPL.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
General
Parameters
DIAGNOSTICS
COPYRIGHT

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