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We have vsftpd service on our server but I didn't find a way to put limits on file size and total space available for anonymous file uploading (doing it via an account will make it harder - as our users are not super-users and even uploading a file via anonymous FTP sometimes is too hard). We need to allow to upload files up to around 20Gb (and the total space should be around 150G).

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This answer is almost identical to one asked previously. Simply apply quotas to the "nobody" user. (or whatever your system uses as a "guest" user)

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