Quota tree function of V3 series unified storage

A quota tree is the root directory of a file system. Quota trees are special directories. The following distinguishes a quota tree from a common directory:
1. Quota trees can only be created, deleted, or renamed by administrators using the command-line interface (CLI) or graphical user interface (GUI). Only empty quota trees can be deleted.
2. Quota trees can be shared using protocols and cannot be renamed or deleted during sharing.
3. Administrators can manage quotas such as file quantity or capacity under the quota tree.

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