Meaning of + and - symbols in repquota output - SGI

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  1. Meaning of + and - symbols in repquota output

    We've got a 273+ gigabye filesystem on our Origin 3800. When I run
    "repquota -g", all the usage numbers are preceded by a two character
    sequence of '+' and '-'.

    For example:

    group1 +-28128076 soft hard
    group2 --31541396 soft hard

    Do the leading characters mean anything or am I see something like
    integer overflow?

    Thanks

  2. Re: Meaning of + and - symbols in repquota output

    The - means not over quota, the + means over quota
    The first character refers to blocks, the second to inodes,
    for example, here I'm not over quota

    paw -- 24140 25000000 30000000 2035 0 0

    but if i reset my block quota, then I get one plus
    paw +- 24140 20000 30000 7.0 days 2035 0 0

    and if i reset my inode quota, I get two pluses
    paw ++ 24140 20000 21000 7.0 days 2035 1000 99999
    7.0 days


    > We've got a 273+ gigabye filesystem on our Origin 3800. When I run
    > "repquota -g", all the usage numbers are preceded by a two character
    > sequence of '+' and '-'.
    >
    > For example:
    >
    > group1 +-28128076 soft hard
    > group2 --31541396 soft hard
    >
    > Do the leading characters mean anything or am I see something like
    > integer overflow?
    >
    > Thanks



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