Glossary

The glossary below contains many of the terms you will find in common use throughout the Symantec Security Response website. Please refer to this list to find definitions of terms and answers to other Internet security-related questions.

external quotas file

A quotas file (named <code>quotas</code>) must exist in the root directory of a file system for quota-related commands to work. Support for group quotas requires a group quotas file is named <code>quotas.grp</code>.

A quotas file (named <code>quotas</code>) must exist in the root directory of a file system for quota-related commands to work.

A quotas file (named <code>quotas</code>) must exist in the root directory of a file system for quota-related commands to work.

A quotas file (named <code>quotas</code>) must exist in the root directory of a file system for quota-related commands to work.

A quotas file (named quotas) must exist in the root directory of a file system for quota-related commands to work.

Support for group quotas requires a group quotas file is named <code>quotas.grp</code>.

See quotas file and internal quotas file.