Hi Artyom,

On 08/03/2017 04:07 PM, Artyom Lukianov wrote:
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 :)

Thanks for confirming. I shall file a RFE then.


Best Regards

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


    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]?

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