Hi Soumya,

   1. Yes, you correct a quota is shared among all quota consumers.
   2. No, it not possible, the single possibility as you said is to create
   a separate quota for each user. I believe it was designed to make quota for
   group of users at first place, but I think it can be a good RFE :)

Best Regards

On Thu, Aug 3, 2017 at 10:54 AM, Soumya Koduri <skod...@redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> We have a use-case to limit VM resources for each user and were following
> guidelines specified in the admin guide to set quota and limit resources
> for each user [section:  16.8. Using Quota to Limit Resources by User].
> However looks like that quota is shared by all the users added as consumers.
> Suppose I have created a quota (say quota1) to limit the storage capacity
> to 100GB for each user. Once I add user1 and user2 as consumers to that
> quota, seems like both users combined are entitled to 100GB. Is my
> understanding correct?
> Please let me know if there is any way to configure a single quota which
> could be applied for each user individually (i.e, in the above eg., each
> user should be limited to 100GB storage capacity).
> Or is the only way this can be done is by creating separate quota for each
> user [which seems like tedious process and cannot scale]?
> Thanks,
> Soumya
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