convertquota converts old quota files quota.user and quota.group to
files aquota.user and aquota.group in new format currently used by
2.4.0-ac? and newer or by SuSE or Red Hat Linux 2.4 kernels on
New file format allows using quotas for 32-bit uids / gids, setting
quotas for root, accounting used space in bytes (and so allowing use
of quotas in ReiserFS) and it is also architecture independent. This
format introduces Radix Tree (a simple form of tree structure) to
convert user quota file. This is the default.
convert group quota file.
-f, --convert-format oldformat,newformat
convert quota file from oldformat to newformat.
convert vfsv0 file format from big endian to little endian
(old kernels had a bug and did not store quota files in little
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4th Berkeley Distribution Fri Aug 20 1999 CONVERTQUOTA(8)