keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Wed Nov 17 21:06:07 PST 2004
On 2004-11-17 23:54, Darkbackwardz at netscape.net wrote:
> For some reason, when I try to save a file on my computer, it says
> I've run out of hard disk space. This is completely impossible, my
> computer has two hard drives, one 80 GB HD which FreeBSD is installed
> on and one 40 GB HD formattedto the FreeBSD filesystem. There is
> nothing on either of them except the operating system.
> During installation, I partitioned the 80GB disk with one 80 GB
> partition and five subpartitions:
> ad0s1a 128 MB (/)
> ad0s1b 432 MB (swap)
> ad0s1e 256 MB (/var)
> ad0s1f 256 MB (/tmp)
> ad0s1g 77087 MB (/usr)
> But if you use Konquerer to analyze the drives the following
> capacities are reported:
> ad0s1a 1500 MB (/)
> ad0s1e 16.7 MB (/var)
> ad0s1f 12.8 MB (/tmp)
> ad0s1g 1300 MB (/usr)
It's impossible to have 1500 MB of free space on a partition like ad0s1a
that has a size of 128 MB. What does df(1) report?
> The second, 40GB drive (Primary IDE Slave) doesn't even show up in
> Konquerer. There is 200 dollar's worth (117 GB!) of disk space
> nowhere to be found.
Post the output of:
# dmesg | grep ad
# fdisk /dev/ad0
# disklabel /dev/ad0s1
# cat /etc/fstab
That should help a bit in discovering what's wrong.
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