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/usr/bin/cl-quota -- tool to manage inodes limits.



| --user        

: print limits for a particular user


| --user-id

: print limit for a particular user id


| --package-limits

: print limits for all packages


| --package

: print limits for a given package


| --soft-limit

: set soft limit for user or package


| --hard-limit

: set hard limit for user or package


| --sync

: re-set inodes limits for all accounts (fix quota)


| --cache

: generate cache file


| --mount-point

: set partition for which to apply inodes limits


| --help

: print help message


By default /home mountpoint is considered as having quota (or '/' if single partitioned system).