umountUnmount a currently mounted filesystem. Since users may be members of multiple groups simultaneously, this command finds only limited use.

Kurt Glaesemann points out that the newgrp command could prove helpful in setting

A hard limit is the quota that each user's or group's disk usage cannot exceed. I need your help with any script for Solaris server for space management I searched every where but could not find script that fulfills my requirement. Note also that the grace period columns now indicate how long the user has to correct the problem. for i in $interfaces ; do if ifconfig $i 2>/dev/null | grep -q "UP" >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then action "Shutting down interface $i: " ./ifdown $i boot fi # The GNU-specific

s0l0n New Member I have installed ISPConfig 3.0.3 on Debian Lenny. All rights reserved | Terms of Service Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide: PrevNextChapter 17. whatever is causing the space to peak is happening very quickly and the critical condition is upon us by the time we get the alert. While this is unlikely to work in most cases, it may be your only option with people who — perhaps for political reasons, such as your boss — you cannot really

The usual practice is to set the value of umask in /etc/profile and/or ~/.bash_profile (see Appendix H).

Example 17-10. Use "edquota -u user1" or "edquota -g group_of_user1" to do this. 0 Message Active 7 days ago Author Comment by:AIX252012-05-23 Comment Utility Permalink(# a38003522) nfsserver:/> repquota -a |grep user1 user1