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On Sun, 10 Feb 2008, Ivan Georgiev wrote:
> the values stored in my_st->dqb_bhardlimit and my_st->dqb_curblocks
> are the real values times two, the hard limit on the user is 102400K,
> but my_st->dqb_bhardlimit holds 204800K.
>
> Could someone please tell me what i am doing wrong.


=46rom my reading of the header I would say the quota is reported/set in=20
terms of the number of 512 byte disk blocks rather than in kilobytes.

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