From the left navigation menu, select Element Store and then Quotas.
The following information is listed for each quota:
The name of the quota
The state of the quota:
Ok. The quota was created. The directory is not exceeding any of the limits.
Failed. Quota creation failed.
Soft limit (capacity) Exceeded. The current size of the quota directory has exceeded the specified capacity soft limit.
Soft limit (files and directories) exceeded. The combined number of files and directories has exceeded the directory's soft limit for files and directories.
Soft Limits both Exceeded. Both the quota directory's size, and the number of files and directories in the quota directory have exceeded the quota soft limit.
Hard limit (capacity)exceeded. The capacity of the quota directory has exceeded the quota hard limit.
Hard limit (files and directories)exceeded. The combined number of files and directories have exceeded the quota hard limit for files and directories.
Hard Limits both exceeded. Both the capacity, and files and directories have exceeded the quota hard limit.
Grace Period Exceeded. The soft limit was exceeded for the extent of the grace period.
The directory path controlled by the quota.
Capacity Soft Limit
The capacity usage limit beyond which warnings are issued.
Capacity Hard limit
The capacity usage limit beyond which writes are blocked.
Used Effective Capacity
The amount of quota capacity in use, which is calculated by counting each used block of 32 KB or less as 32KB. A file that is smaller than 32KB is counted as using up 32KB of quota capacity.
Files/Directories Hard limit
The hard limit on files and directories in the directory controlled by the quota.
Files/Directories Soft limit
The soft limit on files and directories in the directory controlled by the quota.
The current count of files and directories inside the directory controlled by the quota.
The grace period, if configured, which limits how much time the soft limit can be exceeded.
The time remaining until the end of the grace period. Displayed when soft limit is exceeded.
The number of users who are currently exceeding any soft or hard user/group quota limit.
Number of blocked users in the quota, due to exceeding the hard limit.
User Quota Support
Shows if user and/or group quotas are enabled or disabled for the quota.
Click to edit or delete the quota. If you select Edit, the Update Quota window appears, where you can edit the quota.
To view all quotas, use the quota list command.
To view details of a specific quota, use the quota show command.
To view user quotas, use the userquota list command.
To view details of a specific user quota, use the userquota show command.
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