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    Regarding MySQL

    Hi everyone,

    Is there a way to set MySQL disk quota for per database user?

    Thanks.

    Kindest regards,
    Choon

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    you could limit the size of the folder that databases are held in.
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    Originally posted by davidb
    you could limit the size of the folder that databases are held in.
    Hi davidb,

    Many thanks and how do I do that? Any related links or sites for me to read on my own would be greatly appreciated

    Once again, thanks.

    Kindest regards,
    Choon

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    If you got a linux book, it should say. I dont have a linux computer any more, so I cant really research it, but I know u can limit directories.
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    Hi davidb,

    Thanks and I will do the search

    Kindest regards,
    Choon

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    We're currently trying using group quotas and changing the group ownership of the files.
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    I suppose MySql can hold any amount of data. There is no limit. It expands the database size as it comes.

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    Cool

    MySql can limit folders using it's tools. You got to download the tool for mysql interface

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