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NAME

       vfs_default_quota - store default quota records for Windows clients

SYNOPSIS

       vfs objects = default_quota

DESCRIPTION

       This VFS module is part of the samba(7) suite.

       Many common quota implementations only store quotas for users and groups, but do not store
       a default quota. The vfs_default_quota module allows Samba to store default quota values
       which can be examined using the Windows Explorer interface.

       By default, Samba returns NO_LIMIT the default quota and refuses to update them.
       vfs_default_quota maps the default quota to the quota record of a user. By default the
       root user is taken because quota limits for root are typically not enforced.

       This module is stackable.

OPTIONS

       default_quota:uid = UID
           UID specifies the user ID of the quota record where the default user quota values are
           stored.

       default_quota:gid = GID
           GID specifies the group ID of the quota record where the default group quota values
           are stored.

       default_quota:uid nolimit = BOOL
           If this parameter is True, then the user whose quota record is storing the default
           user quota will be reported as having a quota of NO_LIMIT. Otherwise, the stored
           values will be reported.

       default_quota:gid nolimit = BOOL
           If this parameter is True, then the group whose quota record is storing the default
           group quota will be reported as having a quota of NO_LIMIT. Otherwise, the stored
           values will be reported.

EXAMPLES

       Store the default quota record in the quota record for the user with ID 65535 and report
       that user as having no quota limits:

                   [global]
                vfs objects = default_quota
                default_quota:uid = 65535
                default_quota:uid nolimit = yes

VERSION

       This man page is part of version 4.10.7-Ubuntu of the Samba suite.

AUTHOR

       The original Samba software and related utilities were created by Andrew Tridgell. Samba
       is now developed by the Samba Team as an Open Source project similar to the way the Linux
       kernel is developed.