As far as I know (and I could be wrong), df in Unix has never reflected user quotas, it always shows the size of the file system. This is the same whether the file system is local or over NFS. A qtree quota is different because it makes the OS think that the "disk" has a restricted size. The "quota" command, however, should display the quota size and usage for a given user.
Re: NFS user quota size not reflected by Linux df command
Richard…Thanks for your response. Hmmm, this is kind of disappointing. I have worked with unix (AIX, actually) for quite a while, but this my first foray into NFS and quotas. This means that all of the NetApp /home directories shared out via NFS will reflect the whole size of the qtree, not an individual’s share. This will be quite confusing to our users…grant