View hierarchical share information for a group


Use bugroup -l to find out if you belong to a group, and what the share distribution is.
bugroup -l
GROUP_NAME: group1 
USERS: group2/ group3/ 
SHARES:  [group2,20] [group3,10]
GROUP_NAME: group2 
USERS: user1 user2 user3 
SHARES: [others,10] [user3,4]
GROUP_NAME: group3 
USERS: all 
SHARES: [user2,10] [default,5]

This command displays all the share trees that are configured, even if they are not used in any fairshare policy.