pub enum ProjectIdRequest {
    SetLimit {
        project_id: u64,
        bytes: u64,
        nodes: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdSetLimitResponder,
    },
    Clear {
        project_id: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdClearResponder,
    },
    SetForNode {
        node_id: u64,
        project_id: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdSetForNodeResponder,
    },
    GetForNode {
        node_id: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdGetForNodeResponder,
    },
    ClearForNode {
        node_id: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdClearForNodeResponder,
    },
    List {
        token: Option<Box<ProjectIterToken>>,
        responder: ProjectIdListResponder,
    },
    Info {
        project_id: u64,
        responder: ProjectIdInfoResponder,
    },
}

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SetLimit

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§project_id: u64
§bytes: u64
§nodes: u64

Set the limit in bytes and node count for an XFS project id. Setting limits lower than current usage is accepted but may in the future prevent further increases. Returns ZX_ERR_OUT_OF_RANGE if project_id is set to zero.

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Clear

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§project_id: u64

Stop tracking a project id. This will return ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND if the project isn’t currently tracked. It will succeed even if the project is still in use more by one or more nodes.

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SetForNode

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§node_id: u64
§project_id: u64

Apply project id to a node_id from a GetAttrs call. This will return ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND if node doesn’t exist, ZX_ERR_ALREADY_EXISTS if there is already a project_id applied to the node, and ZX_ERR_OUT_OF_RANGE if project_id is set to zero.

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GetForNode

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§node_id: u64

Get the project id based on a given node_id from a GetAttrs call.This will return ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND if the node doesn’t exist, and a project_id of zero if one is not currently applied.

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ClearForNode

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§node_id: u64

Remove any project id marker for a given node_id from a GetAttrs call. This will return ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND if the node doesn’t exist, or success if the node is found to currently have no project id applied to it.

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List

Fetches project id numbers currently tracked with a limit or with non-zero usage from lowest to highest. If token is null, start at the beginning, if token is populated with a previously provided next_token the iteration continues where it left off. If there are more projects to be listed then next_token will be populated, otherwise it will be null.

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Info

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§project_id: u64

Looks up the limit and usage for a tracked project_id. If the project_id does not have a limit set, or non-zero usage it will return ZX_ERR_NOT_FOUND.

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