Have a nice time.
A little question about quotas in 4.7-S
I'll give output of commands, because it will be more natural by my opinion.

There is a ordinary user "some" on my box with:
# uname -a
FreeBSD ZzZ 4.7-STABLE FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #0: Wed Oct 16 20:56:02 GMT 2002 root@ZzZ:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/ZzZ i386
#
Quotas for user some:
/usr: kbytes in use: 6245624, limits (soft = 7000000, hard = 7000010)
inodes in use: 23, limits (soft = 0, hard = 0)
, but :
# du -k /usr/home/some/
4913828 /usr/home/some/

Imho, 6245624 != 4913828 ;-(

User "some" have ftp access to his $HOME in "CHROOT" by proftpd (I checked, that there is no files on /usr filesystem owned by him),
and shell is /usr/bin/false. "quotacheck -a, rehash, sync,..., reboot" didn't helps.

If you know some solution in this situation - reply please.

ps: By now I will go to update my box, may be there is patches & fixes about quotas?!

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Best regards, Aleksey I. Yurlov
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