I've got Ubuntu server 18 running AFP (Netatalk 3.1.12) and avahi dæmon. This takes the role of a time machine server I use with currently one mac. I would like to use this with several other macs, however I want to be able to set quotas-or volume size limits as they are also referred to as-on a per-machine basis.
So basically machine 1 (UUID based identification) is allowed to use 1.75 tB of my time machine disk for time machine backups, machine 2 is allowed 1.25 tB of space, machine 3 is 2 tB, etc etc etc.
I do see
vol size limit as a parameter in afp.conf however I believe this is a global quota that everyone is forced to obey and is not machine-specific. I am looking for a solution that is machine-specific quotas, whether it's a program i have to run on the mac or a setting on the server.
Please inform me of options and if details are not clear and please note my English is not very good-I actually have a friend write this for me so may be better than my english :P
Current mac backing up-High Sierra
Other macs wanted to back up-Sierra, Mojave, Mountain Lion, Lion, El capitan, Yosemite, would like to really backup from Leopard onward however at current point in time I do not have Leopard available.