You can use NetStorage to create or change directory quotas on NSS volumes and directories for both NetWare and Linux. See OES 2 SP3: NSS File System Administration Guide for Linux. You must be a user with rights equivalent to the Admin user to create or change directory quotas.
Start your browser and specify the URL for NetStorage.
The URL is http://server_ip_address/oneNet/NetStorage/. Replace server_ip_address with the IP address or DNS name of the server running NetStorage or the IP address for Apache-based services. If Apache-based services use a port other than 80, you must also specify that port number with the URL.
For example, if the IP address for NetStorage is 127.1.1.1, then you would specify 127.1.1.1/oneNet/NetStorage/.
In the above example, if you had changed the port number to 51080, then you would specify 127.1.1.1:51080/oneNet/NetStorage/.
Although the oneNet portion of the URL is required if you are using WebDAV (Web Folders), it is not required if using a browser. In a browser, you can just use 127.1.1.1/NetStorage/.
The date and time on the workstation being used to access NetStorage should be within a few hours of the date and time on the server running NetStorage to avoid conflicts.
Enter your username and password.
NetStorage uses your Novell eDirectory username and password, so you don’t need to remember or use a separate username or password.
Right-click the directory or file you want to create or change a directory quota for and select.
Click thetab, then click the check box.
Specify the directory size limit and clickto save your changes.