Inconsistency in root partition size
jaymax36 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 06:12:07 UTC 2009
> Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 9:24 PM, jaymax <jaymax36 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Mel Flynn-2 wrote:
>> ufs by default keeps a certain portion in reserve for use by root. 8% is
> the standard amount I believe so that capacity reading is technically
> valid. On rare occasion, I've had to run fsck multiple times. you may
> to try this also, w/ no reboot in between.
I ran fsck -vy 10 times, status unchanged
Is there somewhere I can find a listing of files and directories that are
supposed to be at the / level? if there is perchance some bizarre file, that
du is not accounting for.
Adam Vande More
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