Is it possible to view the quota limits from a Guest OS (Linux/ESX)
Basically I am presented storage that my OS (Linux/ESX) sees as 240 Gigs, but the NFS Server actually has a quota at 180 Gigs. I have no control or access to the NFS Server (Some EMC Device), but I want to know when I get close to filling my space.
I had all the VM's in one LUN go down today because I thought I had 240 Gigs but didn't.
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