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       setquota [ -r ] [ -u | -g ] [ -F quotaformat ] name block-
       softlimit block-hardlimit inode-softlimit  inode-hardlimit
       -a | filesystem...

       setquota  [  -r ] [ -u | -g ] [ -F quotaformat ] [ -p pro­
       toname ] name -a | filesystem...

       setquota -t [ -u | -g ] [  -F  quotaformat  ]  block-grace
       inode-grace -a | filesystem...

       setquota  -T  [  -u  | -g ] [ -F quotaformat ] name block-
       grace inode-grace -a | filesystem...


       setquota is a command line quota editor.  The  filesystem,
       user/group  name and new quotas for this filesystem can be
       specified on the command line.

       -r     Edit also remote quota use  rpc.rquotad  on  remote
              server to set quota.

       -F quotaformat
              Perform  setting  for  specified  format (ie. don't
              perform  format  autodetection).   Possible  format
              names are: vfsold (version 1 quota), vfsv0 (version
              2 quota), rpc (quota over NFS), xfs (quota  on  XFS

       -u     Set  user  quotas  for  named  user.  This  is  the

       -g     Set group quotas for named group.

       -p protoname
              Use quota settings of user or  group  protoname  to
              set the quota for the named user or group.

       -t     Set grace times for users/groups. Times block-grace
              and inode-grace are specified in seconds.

       -T     Alter times for individual  user/group  when  soft­
              limit  is  enforced.  Times  block-grace and inode-
              grace are specified in seconds  or  can  be  string

       -a     Go  through all filesystems with quota in /etc/mtab
              and perform setting.

       To disable a quota, set the coresponding parameter  to  0.
       To  change quotas for several filesystems, invoke once for
       each filesystem.
       taon(8), repquota(8)

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