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SubjectRe: Elastic Quota File System (EQFS)
Timothy Miller wrote:

>
> I have a much simpler idea that both implements the EQFS and doesn't
> touch the kernel.
>
> Each user is given a quota which applies to their home directory.
> (This quota is not elastic and if everyone met their quota, everything
> would fit.) In addition, there is another directory or file system
> (could be on the same disk or even the same partition) to which their
> quota doesn't apply AT ALL. Let's call this "scratch" space.
>
I guess the system should be more transparent to the users and their
applications. Here its not convenient to generate .o files or caches in
/scratch/$USER/ .

AG

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