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IBM::StorageSystem::Quota - Class for operations with IBM StorageSystem quota object
IBM::StorageSystem::Quota - Class for operations with IBM StorageSystem quota objects
use IBM::StorageSystem; my $ibm = IBM::StorageSystem->new( user => 'admin', host => 'my-v7000', key_path => '/path/to/my/.ssh/private_key' ) or die "Couldn't create object! $!\n";
Returns the quota inode hard limit.
Returns the quota hard limit usage in kilobytes.
Returns the ID of the user, group or file set, if any.
Returns the quota inode soft limit.
Returns the quota soft limit usage in kilobytes.
Returns the cluster name on which the quota is imposed.
Returns the device to which the quota is applied.
Returns the fileset to which the quota is applied.
Returns the usage time frame within which the user must bring inode usage below the quota.
Returns the usage time frame within which the user must bring disk space usage below the quota.
Returns the amount of data free space or allocated space on the disk, where the system has not updated the quota system yet.
Specifies the time when the quota information was updated.
Specifies the user, group or file set name. If the user or group does not exist in the configured authentication server (AD or LDAP), this column displays user/group id instead of name. Note that NIS is considered as an ID mapping source and is not considered as an authentication server when configured with SONAS/StorageSystem Unified, so names exclusive to NIS (and not in AD) will display user/group id instead of name.
Similarly for NFS users with user/group names not present in authentication server, this column will display the user/group id.
Returns the group-, user- or file set-related quota
Returns the actual usage of inodes for the quota.
Returns the actual usage of disk space for the quota.
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Copyright 2012 Luke Poskitt.
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