HP OpenVMS DCL Dictionary
Displays the current disk quota that is authorized for a specific user
on a specific disk. This display includes a calculation of the amount
of space available and the amount of overdraft that is permitted.
Requires read (R) access to the quota file in order to display
the quotas of other users.
The SHOW QUOTA command indicates whether a quota exists for any
specific user on a specific disk. The display that results gives the
quotas used, authorized, and available in blocks. The amount of
overdraft permitted is also shown.
Specifies the disk whose quotas are to be examined. By default, the
current default disk (defined by the logical name SYS$DISK) is examined.
/USER=uic or identifier
Specifies which user's quotas are to be displayed. By default, the
current user's quotas are displayed.
$ SHOW QUOTA
User [360,010] has 2780 blocks used, 7220 available,
of 10000 authorized and permitted overdraft of 500 blocks on DISK$
The SHOW QUOTA command in this example displays the amount of disk
space authorized, used, and still available on the current default disk
for the present user. The permitted overdraft in this example is 500
$ SHOW QUOTA /USER=[360,007]/DISK=XXX1:
%SYSTEM-F-NODISKQUOTA, no disk quota entry for this UIC
The SHOW QUOTA command in this example displays the fact that the user
with user identification code (UIC) [360,007] has no disk quota
allocation on device XXX1.
$ SHOW QUOTA /USER=[360,111]
User [360,111] has 27305 blocks used, 2305 OVERDRAWN,
of 25000 authorized and permitted overdraft of 4000 blocks on DISK$
The SHOW QUOTA command in this example illustrates a user with an