Summary: quotas not letting using get to hard limit.
Product: Linux XFS
Component: XFS kernel code
Hi There - I'm using FC2 for the first time, and xfs for the first time too.
I was playing with quotas, and created a soft limit quota for user "deon" of 200
blocks, and a hard limit of 300 blocks.
When I start creating a file - it seems I can only create it up to 256 blocks
then I get quota exceed write denied errors. I would be expecting that after I
exceed 300 blocks?
The file system was mounted like this (its an LVM volume):
mount /dev/vgroot/lvxfs /mnt/tmp -ousrquota,grpquota
Here is an example:
bash-2.05b$ dd if=/dev/zero of=6 bs=4096 count=70
dd: writing `6': Disk quota exceeded
65+0 records in
64+0 records out
Disk quotas for user deon (uid 200):
Filesystem blocks quota limit grace files quota limit grace
256* 200 300 7days 1 0 0
Any attempts to create a new file, also give me Disk quota exceed - even if I
touch an empty file.
This is the only file the this user has on this file system.
Is this a bug, or have I got the wrong expections for quota?
(BTW, I'm using stock standard Fedora Core 2 - so its kernel 2.6.5-1.358).
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