I'm using PowerShell commandlets to get the quota report from a NetApp Cluster.
I have one SVM for home directories. There is one share with a lot of subfolders for each user. When creating the folder, we create a quota for the user. There's although a default quota. After creating the quota I run Start-NcQuotaResize. The quota appears afterwards correct in the quota report.
But when I delete a directory and the quota rule and run a quota resize, the "old" entry still appears in the PowerShell quota report.
When I run the following command in the ssh-shell the result is "There are no entries matching your query."
quota report show -vserver svm_home -quota-target AD\user
When I run the follwing command by PowerShell, I still get a result:
The ssh-command takes in our environment more than 10 minutes to finish, the Powershell command takes about 3 seconds. So the PowerShell seems to use a data source for the quota report which is different from the data source the ssh command is using. The PowerShell data source seems to be very fast, but outdated.