Setting the quotas in the storage

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Please do not use any features in the Perun system, which are not described in this tutorial. The structure of the VOs under your administration could be disrupted. Better user interface is being prepared.

  • Please log in into the Perun system and then go to the VO VO Manager section.

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  • On the left panel please click on VO Select VO. Now you can see the list of the VOs under your administration.
  • Please choose the desired VO, where would you like to change the data quotas. There will appear a new panel with the VO settings.

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  • Please click on the Members bookmark.

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  • Please insert first few letters of the user's name or login into the search field and then click on List all Search button. Alternatively you can use List all List all button, which will show you all VO members.

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  • Now you can select the user for changing the data quota. Just click on the desired user and there will appear a bookmark with user settings.

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  • Now please click on the Settings bookmark.

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  • Please select the resource from the scrolling menu Assigned resources, where would you like to change the quota.

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  • Now you can set the quotas for selected user. The meaning of each item is described in the table below.
Data limit It is so called hard quota, it means the limit, which cannot be exceeded. Default input is with the unit (M,G,T, ...), where G is default. In case you insert this value, then you define an exception compared to global resource settings.
Data quota It is so called soft quota, it means the limit, which can be exceeded for short time. An user will be notified in case he has exceeded this limit. Default input is with the unit (M,G,T, ...), where G is default. In case you insert this value, then you define an exception compared to global resource settings.
Files limit Hard quota defines maximal count of the files, which can be uploaded by an user. In case you insert this value, then you define an exception compared to global resource settings.
Files quota Soft quota defines maximal count of the files, which can be uploaded by an user. In case you insert this value, then you define an exception compared to global resource settings.
Notice: All changes made in the Perun system will be active in one hour. Thus executed changes are not immediate!!!.