Is there a way to list files on my system that belong to a certain user. I
have quotas enabled and cannot find out where all the space is being used.
With quotas enabled this should be easy. Use 'repquota' and sort the list by allocated disk space:
repquota -u /path/to/filesystem | sort -rn +2 -3
That's less taxing on the system than using 'find', and it also takes into account files that a user might have deleted but still holds open and therefore allocated.
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