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rquotad



SYNOPSIS

       rpc.rquotad [ -sSF ]


DESCRIPTION

       rquotad  is  an  rpc(3N) server which returns quotas for a
       user of a local filesystem which is mounted  by  a  remote
       machine over the NFS.  It also allows setting of quotas on
       NFS mounted filesystem (if configured  during  compilation
       and allowed by a command line option -S).  The results are
       used  by  quota(1)  to  display  user  quotas  for  remote
       filesystems  and  by  edquota(8)  to  set quotas on remote
       filesystems.  rquotad  daemon  uses  tcp-wrappers  library
       (under  service  name rquotad) which allows you to specify
       hosts  allowed/disallowed   to   use   the   daemon   (see
       hosts.allow(5)  manpage for more information). The rquotad
       daemon is normally started at boot time  from  the  system
       startup scripts.


OPTIONS

       -V, --version
              Shows version of quota tools.

       -s, --no-sequota
              Don't  allow  setting  of  quotas  (default).  This
              option is available only if utilities were compiled
              with the rpcsetquota option.

       -S, --setquota
              Allow  setting  of quotas. This option is available
              only if  utilities  were  compiled  with  the  rpc­
              setquota option.

       -F, --foreground
              Run  daemon in foreground (may be useful for debug­
              ging purposes).

       -I, --autofs
              Do not ignore autofs mountpoints.


FILES

       aquota.user or aquota.group
                           quota  file  at  the  filesystem  root
                           (version 2 quota, non-XFS filesystems)
       quota.user or quota.group
                           quota  file  at  the  filesystem  root
                           (version 1 quota, non-XFS filesystems)
       /etc/mtab           default filesystems


SEE ALSO

       quota(1), rpc(3N), nfs(5), services(5), inetd(8)

  




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