[lustre-discuss] [EXTERNAL] Elegant way to dump quota/usage database?
Vicker, Darby J. (JSC-EG111)[Jacobs Technology, Inc.]
darby.vicker-1 at nasa.gov
Thu Feb 11 11:26:54 PST 2021
FWIW, I've had the same need and I do exactly the brute force iteration you speak of for our LFS's to log user usage vs time. For our NFS server, we use ZFS and there is a nice one-liner to give that info in ZFS. I agree, it would be nice if there was a similar one-liner for lustre.
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Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 12:07 PM
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [lustre-discuss] Elegant way to dump quota/usage database?
I would like to be able to dump the usage tracking and quota
information for my lustre filesystems. I am currently running lustre 2.12
lfs quota -u $user $filesystem
works well enough for a single user. But I have been looking for a way
to get that information for all users of the filesystem. So far, I have
not stumbled across anything more elegant than a brute force iteration
over my known users.
While that works (mostly), it is clearly not great. Is there a better
way to do this? Hoping I just missed something in the docs ...
Thanks in advance for any pointers in this area.
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