We went over our Rsync.net quota, and this is how they responded:
This is an automated alert. Your rsync.net filesystem ([removed]) is over quota.
Currently you are using 20.318 GB out of 15.0 GB
Please note, your usage includes the combined usage of all your accounts, including
the parent account and sub account(s).
This is not a major problem, nor do we insist that you remedy the problem
immediately. However, your account is only allowed a 10% overage before it will be
impossible for you to write additional data to the account. You will never lose the
ability to read files from the account.
You may check your quota at any time by running the quota command over ssh:
ssh [removed]@usw-s007.rsync.net quota
Or you may simply log into your web-based Account Manager, here:
where you may see your usage on the Summary screen.
You can remedy this by removing files, increasing your account size, or you can
simply let it be. You can increase your account size using our web-based Account
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and requesting a larger account.
If you have any trouble checking your quota, or would like to disable these
notifications for this account, please contact email@example.com