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    Shared Folder showing as full

    Users here are currently getting disk is full error on one of our shared area's now yes i know they need to empty there stuff out, but the servers disk still has space on it, and i was wondering how does it work out how much space is left, is there someway of having quota's on shared drives.
    I didn't set the server up but the partition that the shared folder is on, the students data is on as well, and the quotas are set up for students on there, would this affect it some how.

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    It sounds like the quotas are doing the job correctly, so the server doesn't run out of disk space for home directories and restricts how much space each user has. As for the other shared area, it might be the case the server has physically run out of disk space.

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