11.7. Removing Disk Limits

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You can remove disk limit usage settings on a given directory, if quota set is not required.
Remove disk limit usage set on a particular directory using the following command:
# gluster volume quota VOLNAME remove /<directory-name>
For example, to remove the disk limit usage on /data directory of test-volume:
# gluster volume quota test-volume remove /data
volume quota : success
For example, to remove quota from volume:
# gluster vol quota test-volume remove /
volume quota : success


Removing quota limit from the volume ("/" in the above example) does not impact quota limit usage on directories.
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