Your user quota (home directory - /user/<username>): 


iquota -u 

Your group's quota (output will show all groups you are a member of): 


iquota -g

Or both user and group:


iquota -u -g

iquota usage:

The iquota command has much more built into it than former versions.  Use iquota -h to see all the options.  


NOTE: You will need to get a kerberos key before running the command, with:  kinit



   iquota - displays users' disk usage and limits. By default only the user quotas are printed.



   iquota [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]






   Andrew E. Bruno <>



   help, hShows a list of commands or help for one command



   --conf, -c Path to conf file

   --debug, -dPrint debug messages

   --verbose, -vwill display quotas on all mounted filesystems

   --long, -ldisplay long listing

   --full-pathshow full path for nfs mounts

   --group, -gPrint group quotas for the group of which the user is a member

   --user, -uPrint user quota

   --show-defaultPrint default quota

   --export-over-quota, -xExport all user/groups that are over quota

   --show-user Print user quota for specified user (super-user only)

   --show-group Print group quota for specified group

   -f, --filesystem report quotas only for filesystems specified on command line

   --help, -hshow help

How to check quota for budget storage directories

Do you have two-factor authentication enabled?

There is a known bug in the Red Hat authentication system that prevents the usage of kinit.  Until this is resolved, users with two-factor authentication enabled are unable to use the iquota commands.  We are in the process of building this information into Coldfront.  In the meantime, please submit a help ticket and a CCR staff member will provide quota information for you.  Thank you for your patience!