QUOTACTL(4I) 4I QUOTACTL(4I)

NAME


quotactl - manipulate disk quotas

SYNOPSIS


#include <sys/fs/ufs_quota.h>

int ioctl(int fd, Q_QUOTACTL, struct quotctl *qp);

DESCRIPTION


This ioctl() call manipulates disk quotas. fd is the file descriptor
returned by the open(2) system call after opening the quotas file (located
in the root directory of the filesystem running quotas). Q_QUOTACTL is
defined in /usr/include/sys/fs/ufs_quota.h. qp is the address of the
quotctl structure which is defined as

struct quotctl {
int op;
uid_t uid;
caddr_t addr;
};

op indicates an operation to be applied to the user ID uid. (See below.)
addr is the address of an optional, command specific, data structure which
is copied in or out of the system. The interpretation of addr is given
with each value of op below.

Q_QUOTAON Turn on quotas for a file system. addr points to the full
pathname of the quotas file. uid is ignored. It is
recommended that uid have the value of 0. This call is
restricted to the super-user.

Q_QUOTAOFF Turn off quotas for a file system. addr and uid are ignored.
It is recommended that addr have the value of NULL and uid have
the value of 0. This call is restricted to the super-user.

Q_GETQUOTA Get disk quota limits and current usage for user uid. addr is
a pointer to a dqblk structure (defined in
<sys/fs/ufs_quota.h>). Only the super-user may get the quotas
of a user other than himself.

Q_SETQUOTA Set disk quota limits and current usage for user uid. addr is
a pointer to a dqblk structure (defined in
<sys/fs/ufs_quota.h>). This call is restricted to the super-
user.

Q_SETQLIM Set disk quota limits for user uid. addr is a pointer to a
dqblk structure (defined in <sys/fs/ufs_quota.h>). This call
is restricted to the super-user.

Q_SYNC Update the on-disk copy of quota usages for this file system.
addr and uid are ignored.

Q_ALLSYNC Update the on-disk copy of quota usages for all file systems
with active quotas. addr and uid are ignored.

RETURN VALUES


This Fn ioctl returns:

0 on success.

-1 on failure and sets errno to indicate the error.

FILES


/usr/include/sys/fs/ufs_quota.h
quota-related structure/function definitions and defines

ERRORS


EFAULT addr is invalid.

EINVAL The kernel has not been compiled with the QUOTA option. op is
invalid.

ENOENT The quotas file specified by addr does not exist.

EPERM The call is privileged and the calling process did not assert
{PRIV_SYS_MOUNT} in the effective set.

ESRCH No disk quota is found for the indicated user. Quotas have not
been turned on for this file system.

EUSERS The quota table is full.

If op is Q_QUOTAON, ioctl() may set errno to:

EACCES The quota file pointed to by addr exists but is not a regular file.
The quota file pointed to by addr exists but is not on the file
system pointed to by special.

EIO Internal I/O error while attempting to read the quotas file pointed
to by addr.

SEE ALSO


getrlimit(2), mount(2), quota(8), quotacheck(8), quotaon(8)

BUGS


There should be some way to integrate this call with the resource limit
interface provided by setrlimit(2) and getrlimit(2).

This call is incompatible with Melbourne quotas.

OmniOS October 28, 2017 OmniOS