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  1. #1
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    user block quota exceed, HUH?

    i was in /usr/storage (as root)
    and i had a 75mb .tar.gz in there
    soi did

    tar xzvf filename.tar.gz

    to see what was in it, because i forgot

    while it was untarring, on my screen it said

    ide0(3,3): warning, user block quota exceeded.

    and im like what the hell?
    so i do edquota -u root
    no quotas

    i do quota

    none for the username root

    i do edquota -g root
    no quotas

    so wtf?
    does anyone know ?
    the $PWD iw as in (The dir i was in) was owned by root...)

    just thought it was weird

  2. #2
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    Oh
    nevermind
    I see now
    what happend was, for anyone that's wondering
    those files were owned by a ceratin uid #

    and that uid # just happend to be a username on my server that had a quota of 15mb

    hehe

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