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advfs_get_fset_quotas(3)			      advfs_get_fset_quotas(3)

       advfs_get_fset_quotas - Obtains fileset quotas for an AdvFS fileset

       #include <sys/advfs_syscalls.h>

       int advfs_get_fset_quotas(
	       char *domainName,
	       char *filesetName,
	       filesetQuotasT *filesetQuotas );

       AdvFS Library (libadvfs)

       A  pointer  to  the  name  of the domain.  A pointer to the name of the
       fileset.	 A pointer to a structure that will contain the fileset quotas
       on successful return from this function.

       This  function  obtains the fileset quotas for the fileset specified by
       the domainName and filesetName  parameters  and	returns	 them  in  the
       structure specified in *filesetQuotas.

       Note  that  the advfs_get_fset_quotas function does not obtain: user or
       group quota information grace time information

       Use the quotactl system call to obtain such data.  See the  quotactl(2)
       reference page for information.

       Clone  filesets	cannot	have fileset quotas.  If you attempt to obtain
       fileset quotas for a clone fileset, an error occurs.

       The function returns a value of 0 (zero) on successful completion.  The
       function	 returns  a value of -1 on failure and sets the value of errno
       to the specific error.

       The function sets errno to the specified errors for the following fail‐
       ure  conditions:	 The  calling  program is not running with root privi‐
       leges.  An I/O error occurred on one of the disks in the	 file  domain.
       The  filesetId  parameter does not refer to an existing fileset.	 There
       is not enough memory available for the operation.

       Commands: chfsets(8), showfsets(8)

       Functions: quotactl(2), advfs_set_fset_quotas(3)


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