xfs_quota – Manage quotas on XFS filesystems

New in version 2.8.

Synopsis

  • Configure quotas on XFS filesystems.
  • Before using this module /etc/projects and /etc/projid need to be configured.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • xfsprogs

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
bhard
string
Hard blocks quota limit.
This argument supports human readable sizes.
bsoft
string
Soft blocks quota limit.
This argument supports human readable sizes.
ihard
integer
Hard inodes quota limit.
isoft
integer
Soft inodes quota limit.
mountpoint
string / required
The mount point on which to apply the quotas.
name
string
The name of the user, group or project to apply the quota to, if other than default.
rtbhard
string
Hard realtime blocks quota limit.
This argument supports human readable sizes.
rtbsoft
string
Soft realtime blocks quota limit.
This argument supports human readable sizes.
state
string
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
Whether to apply the limits or remove them.
When removing limit, they are set to 0, and not quite removed.
type
string / required
    Choices:
  • user
  • group
  • project
The XFS quota type.

Examples

- name: Set default project soft and hard limit on /opt of 1g
  xfs_quota:
    type: project
    mountpoint: /opt
    bsoft: 1g
    bhard: 1g
    state: present

- name: Remove the default limits on /opt
  xfs_quota:
    type: project
    mountpoint: /opt
    state: absent

- name: Set default soft user inode limits on /home of 1024 inodes and hard of 2048
  xfs_quota:
    type: user
    mountpoint: /home
    isoft: 1024
    ihard: 2048

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
bhard
integer
always
the current bhard setting in bytes

Sample:
1024
bsoft
integer
always
the current bsoft setting in bytes

Sample:
1024
ihard
integer
always
the current ihard setting in bytes

Sample:
100
isoft
integer
always
the current isoft setting in bytes

Sample:
100
rtbhard
integer
always
the current rtbhard setting in bytes

Sample:
1024
rtbsoft
integer
always
the current rtbsoft setting in bytes

Sample:
1024


Status

Authors

  • William Leemans (@bushvin)

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