Your disk space
Home Directories and Quotas
You will have a home directory in the following location;
This has a quota of 150GB. You will begin to get warnings if you exceed this quota. You have seven days to ensure your disk usage is below the 150GB quota. After this time you will not be able to create files. If your file usage exceeds 180GB, you will not be able to create new files.
If you wish to check your quota, you can do so by typing the following command.
[user@bert ~]$ quota -s Disk quotas for user user (uid 00000): Filesystem blocks quota limit grace files quota limit grace master.ib.cluster:/ibers/ernie/home 12589M 150G 180G 262k 0 0
You can see here that the user has 12589M of files, i.e. ~12GB. The quota is 150G, the upper limit is 180G and the user has 262k thousand files.
Group shares are located in the following location;
and some data such as sequencing data is on the repository ();
You can see the groups you belong to by using the following;
[user@bert]$ id -Gn datashare infshare
Here you can see that the user is a member of two group shares, datashare and infshare. You can see what your quotas are for this using the following;
[user@bert]$ quota -sgQ Disk quotas for group datashare (gid 10103): Filesystem blocks quota limit grace files quota limit grace storage01.ib.cluster:/ibers/ernie/groups 800G 1400G 1500G 685 0 0 Disk quotas for group infshare (gid 11007): Filesystem blocks quota limit grace files quota limit grace storage01.ib.cluster:/ibers/ernie/groups 574G 964G 1155G 642k 0 0
The -sgQ flag makes the output human readable, shows just the group shares and ignores any other NFS mounted storage arrays that you do not have quotas on.