Disk space economy
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Wed Jul 23 21:30:28 UTC 2014
I have a directory which contains 48 files. 35 of these files are
large, close to 2 GB (reported by ls -l). 7 of the files a smaller than
4 K, the rest of the files are few dozen Ks in size.
This is a FreeBSD 10 system with ZFS and RAIDZ2.
du -h reports the directory to be 208G.
du -A -h reports the directory to be 69G.
It seems there is 2G wasted for each 1G stored data - would you explain
why and what can I do make more economical use of disk space?
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