Jeffrey Hundstad wrote:
I've spent a little time looking and can't seem to find the mkfs.xfs
flags that will reserve a percentage of space JUST FOR A SPECIFIC UID.
This would be the corresponding behavior to a -m option on mkfs.ext2.
Any way to adjust this after a mkfs.xfs? Like the tune2fs -m behavior?
AFAIK - only way you can do that is to use loop device
and mount for that user a file of required size.
Other way is to create separate partition - a bit better if
such users is only few. Partition table is limited size.