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How quota report options affect quota reports

What options you use for the quota report command affect how the report is formatted and how user IDs are displayed.

The following table lists the options for the quota report command with their results on the quota report:

Option Result
none

Generates the default quota report.

The ID field displays one of the IDs using the following formats:
  • For a Windows name, the first seven characters of the user name with a preceding backslash are displayed. The domain name is omitted.
  • For a SID, the last eight characters are displayed.

The Quota Specifier field displays an ID that matches the one in the ID field, using the same format as the /etc/quotas file entry.

-q Displays the quota target’s UNIX UID, GID or Windows SID in the following formats:
  • UNIX UIDs and GIDs are displayed as numbers.
  • Windows SIDs are displayed as text.
Note: Data ONTAP does not perform a lookup of the name associated with the target ID.
-s The soft limit (S-limit) columns are included.
-t The threshold (T-hold) column is included.
-v The vFiler column is included.
-u

Displays multiple IDs for your quota targets.

The ID field displays all the IDs listed in the quota target of a user quota in the following format:
  • On the first line, the format is the same as the default format.
  • Each additional name in the quota target is displayed, in its entirety, on a separate line.

The Quota Specifier field displays the list of IDs specified in the quota target.

Note: You cannot combine the -u and -x options.
-x Displays all the quota target’s IDs on the first line of that quota target’s entry, as a comma separated list.
Note:

You cannot combine the -u and -x options.

The threshold column is included.