Samba --with-quotas stable?
martin at zamenhof.demon.co.uk
Fri Aug 4 17:51:42 GMT 2000
I'm setting up a Samba server for student use on a Linux box. We're
using Linux's quota system, so it would appear to make sense to
compile Samba with quota support.
However, running ./configure --help gives:
--with-quotas Include experimental disk-quota support
--without-quotas Don't include experimental disk-quota support (default)
Is this functionality still considered "experimental", or is that just
a historic thing that needs updating?
Does anyone have any experiences running Samba 2.0.7 with quota
support under Linux that they can share?
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