#find /home -user nobody
it will list all files & directories owned by nobody
nobody files/directories doesnt calculated in the quota
how to back those files/directories to the origin user ??????? to calculate with quotas modification !!
you will have to run this command for every single account you have on the system.
I may be wrong, but wouldn't this chown every file owned by nobody to your first user:group choice, thus leaving no files owned by nobody in /home, and files within various /home/user directories owned by the user:group used in the command? I think that's what you mean in your comment about running it for every account on the system. I just want to make sure people don't run this on /home as root if they're not aware of the consequences. Perhaps a simple script could run that command for each /home/user directory. (That is, unless I'm wrong!)
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