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CentOS 6.5 DU and DF dont add up [duplicate]

# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/vg_bgsvn-lv_root 28G 26G 416M 99% / tmpfs 495M 0 495M 0% /dev/shm /dev/sda1 ...
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df on 7.7GB shows 400MB available while du -sh / reports 3.8GB used [duplicate]

I believe df is reporting incorrect disk usage, as I have the following problem: I deleted a few files to free up space, then run the following: $ df -H reports 7.7GB on Volume and 400MB ...
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list linux partition names only in bash

df on linux lists the following stats on partitions. -bash-4.1# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 1918217320 1473337340 347440136 81% / ...
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df showing 28G of total space, du showing size of '/' as 400+ G

I constantly get the unable to write to * error, even though I cleaned up a bunch of space. df thinks my disk is 28G in size and 100% full after I deleted a lot of unused files: $ df -h Filesystem ...
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Replacing files with symlinks takes more space - Fedora19 EXT4

Background: We are using PHP CacheLite. In order to have a human readable path to cache files cache_{hash}_{hash}, there is a symbolic link that is more descriptive of the cache contents. We ...
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df shows too much space on tmpfs

I have a server (SLES 11 running on a VMware hypervisor if that matters) with a tmpfs partition meant for mysql temporary tables, and I run mysql chrooted. df -h gives me strange outpupt: ...
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Hide df usage from chroot user

I've setup a chroot jail for some users and that is running fine. I want them to be able to use the df command (I'm using a modified etc/mtab file inside their chroot with just "/" specified) but I ...
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Missing hard drive on df -H command on Centos 6.4 [closed]

I have 2*1000GB hard drives + 60GB SSD. When I'm running df -H I'm getting "wrong" information about the server's hard drives. The output # df -H Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% ...
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Near 100% disk usage, df and du show very different results, lsof not the answer

The issue is that my CentOS 5.8 machine is telling me that I am nearly out of disk space when I am pretty confident this is not the case. I've done a fair amount of researching on this issue and have ...
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du, df and ls report wrong free / used space [duplicate]

We have an Ubuntu 12.04 server running on a VMware ESXi host, with multiple partitions, running Zimbra 8 (mta/ldap only). One of partitions is a 30GB partition mounted as /opt/zimbra/data. I had a ...
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Input/output error reading USB backup drive on CentOS 6.4

I'm suddenly seeing some strange behaviour on our USB backup drive that doesn't make sense to me: (2013-10-21 14:58:23 [root@newdc /]$ cd /mnt/backup/ (2013-10-21 14:59:03 [root@newdc backup]$ ls -la ...
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inconsistency between du -sh and df -h

I know this is a common occurrence when the result of du -sh is smaller than that returned by the file system with df -h. (Because some files are still open in processes etc..) But in my case I have ...
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Next-gen filesystems: disk space usage log?

From time to time I run into problems when server hard disks (Linux) fill up quickly with lots of small files. When this happens I have to try to figure out how much space is being taken up and where ...
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df -h disk usage of empty disk shows 188M usage ?!

I have an empty disk mounted as /data The df -h shows me that 188M are used while a du -h shows me 4,0K. root@marc:~# du -h --max-depth=1 /data 4,0K /data root@marc:~# df -h Sys. de fichiers ...
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Very different results from df after a few seconds

When the backup moves the files from one server to the other the results from df change every few seconds in an impossible manner. The source host is running rsync. On the destination host I'm running ...
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Different output by df and du [duplicate]

I have an old RHEL 5.5 Box, When I fire df -kh I see that /var is of 49 GB with 100 % usage. But then I go inside the /var cd /var and I fire du -kh I see that only total 300 MBs are used. I ...
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Correctly predicting the amount of disk usage with find/ls/stat and df?

I'm trying to programatically calculate the number of files that can fit on a drive. The drive uses LUKS/ext4 and has a block size of 4096. Below is a df printout of the drive. Filesystem ...
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Make a directory show up as a mount point [closed]

How can I make a directory in Linux show up as a mount point so users can see it with df?
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Mount updates /proc/mount but not /etc/mtab, making partition not show up in df, mount listing

I'm on RHEL 6. I created some partitions using parted, formatted them using mke2fs, and mounted them using mount. I also added them to /etc/fstab. However, they do not show up in the mount or df ...
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crontab — No space left on device

crontab -e /tmp/crontab.KxTGwK: No space left on device and df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 955486988 157545404 749405676 18% / tmpfs ...
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Ubuntu server: hard drive always full

I have a 50GB vps when I run df I get Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 49982172 46580100 863064 99% / none 507212 ...
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df showing wrong disk usage - disk corrupted

I'm getting a rather odd result from df from one of my disks using mdadm. It's setup as 4 of 2TB disks in raid 10. # df Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/md2 ...
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Inconsistency between “du -sh” and “df -h” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: du vs. df difference I am running a server with Debian stable. If I call: df -h this is the result I get: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on ...
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How to view if partitions primary or secondary in Linux

How do I view my partitions if they are primary or secondary in Linux CentOS? I tried df -T but it does not show if partitions are primary or secondary. Thanks.
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I can't find the ghosts taking up space on my hard drive [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I find out what is using up all the space on my / partition? No Free disk space $df -h returns /dev/sda1 16G 16G 0 100% / tmpfs ...
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command line LVM issue on CentOS 5

I am able to create from using lvm GUI to do as follows: /dev/var-v0l/var /var ext3 defaults 1 2 /dev/varopt-vol/var-opt /var/opt ext3 defaults 1 2 ...
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Folder's taking up way more than it should

My server is chugging along with a 5GB drive, and unfortunately, it's 100% full. Going to delete some files, I notice that my Dropbox's taking up way more than it should. du -hs * returns: ...
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df -h overreports disk space on VPS

When I run the command df -h on my new Ubuntu linux vServer I get the following: # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/hdv1 466G 33G 434G 7% / none ...
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Ubuntu “No space left on device” for /home, df shows 100% full, ds shows much, much less [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Linux different size for df and du for root partition On an Ubuntu 12.04 server, normal users can no longer create or add to files in /home, encountering a "No space ...
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df command show no output

I'm running the linux distro on my server.When i want to verify the size of the disk, i'm issuing this commnand to get the output. df -h But it does not produce ANY output.Strangely enough when ...
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Weird DF ourput in Red Hat 5.4 - Used < Size, but 0 available?

I have a server with two LUN's mounted from a local SAN. I have a configuration file in place for the vendor software we're using (splunk) that defined the size of the second LUN, but I had ...
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gzip “No space left on device”

Using gzip 1.3.12 / ubuntu 64bit I am getting "No space left on device" yet there appears to be plenty of disk space remaining. gunzip 03-05-2012--22-52-01.tar.gz gzip: 03-05-2012--22-52-01.tar: No ...
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Whats the output format of “df -ki” in AIX?

I just wanna know the output format (the order of columns) when running the command df -ki in an AIX system. I dont have access to an AIX system , and since it doesnt run on x86 machines , i cant try ...
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Disk space usage doesn't add up with df & du

I'm trying to free up some disk space - if I do a df -h, I have a filesystem called /dev/mapper/vg00-var which says its 4G, 3.8G used, 205M left. That corresponds to my /var directory. If I descend ...
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Server was ok for space on /, ran du -s, now server is at 100% usage on /

Our server running RHEL 4 apparently ran out of space today. It was working fine and I decided to run a du -s on an unused directory of files to see how much space we would free deleting it. Upon ...
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Why does df shows only half the size of a RAID10 array?

I've created a RAID10 array using 4 75G drives, to create a storage of 150G. After everything finished (including the initial syncing), everything looked good except the output of df -h which showed ...
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df showing wrong size on opensuse in brand new disk

I have just installed a new 2TB disk, but "df -h" shows only 1.8TB - total size, and 1.7TB of free space. I have not used the disk yet. I realized it after I ran "mke2fs -t ext4". Here are some ...
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Logwatch Disk Space Usage is Wrong/Stale

I have a RHEL 5 server that recently ran out of disk space and now our Logwatch for the server reports the following disk usage (I think this is the last accurate night before the /var partition ...
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du vs. df difference

I have a fileserver where df reports 94% of / full. But according to du, much less is used: # df -h / Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 270G 240G 17G ...