Is this a gmirror bug?
freebsd at edvax.de
Tue May 26 23:13:10 UTC 2009
On Tue, 26 May 2009 16:05:22 -0700, Chris Cowart <ccowart at rescomp.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> 10% of the disk space is reserved for the superuser. The 10% free
> mark is what shows as 0% in df. If you're negative, it means you've
> tapped into the super-user reserve. This is not good, because it means
> you've lost a lot of the FS-level optimizations from UFS.
Wouldn't it look like
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/mirror/gm0d 4058062 -377792 4111210 110% /tmp
/dev/mirror/gm0e 15231278 -113942 14126718 101% /var
then? I always assumed that a disk occupation > 100% would go into
this reserved area, which would turn the Capacity field to be more
than 100%, and not less than 0%? This is the case when I have more
data on a UFS partition than it "is allowed to"...
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