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linux - df not showing subdirectories, only “multiple” parent directory

For example, we have directory structure: Root Directory Directory #1 Subdirectory #1 Subdirectory #2 Subdirectory #3 Directory #2 Directory #3 Now I'm using df -h to check disk usage but: ...
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Mounts happening on boot, but not defined in /etc/fstab

On every boot, my machine (CentOS 7) mounts all these: # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 30G 2.6G 28G 9% / devtmpfs 287M 0 287M 0% /dev ...
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how do i understand where a directory is mounted?

Ubuntu / DigitalOcean I have a drive that is almost full but I have mounted a storage device. But I can't tell if a particular directory is on the external device or not. I thought I mounted the ...
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CentOS 7 disk space [duplicate]

I have a Centos7 server in which when executing the command df -h the occupied disk space is of 90GB but if I do a du -sh / * the sum of all directories does not correspond to 90GB, in this case it is ...
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Saturation of /tmp partition, df and du commands show different results [duplicate]

When I check my partitions space with df -h command i notice that my /tmp partition is full (between 90% and 100%), but when i'm looking into the /tmp partition with du -sh command I notice that there ...
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df shows 2 GB size fdisk shows 60 GB

My newly purchased KVM based VPS (virtual server) running Centos 7 shows a - to my mind - odd result for the df -h command versus fdisk -l and ssm list. I've put the output of various disk related ...
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Mounted device showing in df and /etc/mtab but missing from /proc/mounts and /proc/self/mounts. Why?

I have an ec2 instance that is booted from an ebs snapshot. The boot device is /dev/sda1. When I call mount, df -h or cat /etc/fstab I can see the device: $ mount /dev/sda1 on / type ext3 (rw) $ df -...
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df reporting incorrect disk utilization

Why df reporting incorrect disk utilization report $ df -h /shareddata Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/share_vg-lv_shareddata 886G 830G 11G ...
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Centos Server no disk space but df says there is plenty [duplicate]

my Centos tells me that I have no disk space left: [root@zff isos]# touch test touch: cannot touch ‘test’: No space left on device But df tells me that I have plenty of space left: [root@zff isos]# ...
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du -h and df -h are way off

I've read all others threads that have a similar issue but mine sims to be a bit different. Here is the deal: CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511 (Core) running on KVM. $ sudo du -h -d 1 130G . $ df ...
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df -h says / fs is taking 61G of space but its not [duplicate]

df -h in my redhat 7 is reporting its taking 61G of space. This should be wrong because there shouldn't be anything there which is this big. Other server with the same configuration reports only 11G. ...
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ubuntu 16.04 lsblk and df-h don't match

So I have a remote dedicated server. My lsblk shows > NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT > sda 8:0 1 223.6G 0 disk > ├─sda1 8:1 1 ...
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Ubuntu thinks disk is full, df says disk usage is at 100% but also says 132G/400G is in use [duplicate]

Other applications are saying the disk is full as well, any ideas? Here's the output from df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/simfs 400G 132G 714M 100% / none ...
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Filesystem full with 'df' but seems actually not

On my AIX 6.1 server, i have a problem on a VIO LPAR. A filesystem seams to be full with the 'df' command, but not with 'du' or 'ls' for example. I searched but I don't understand where the problem ...
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df -h show system full even after clearing bloated log folder [duplicate]

I had my php_errors.log file fill up the system, I deleted the error logs, but when I type df -h www/folder_name Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on bindfs 7.8G 7.4G 379M 96% ...
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Changing the filesystem name in df

Currently in our code we check for disk space usage to stop doing something if the filesystem is above 95% in disk space usage. The way I'm checking for that is : diskusage=$(df -P | grep "/dev/...
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What is stored on a LVM LogicalVolume

I have setup a LXC container with LVM as backingstore. On the host the command lvs --units m outputs the following: LV VG Attr LSize Pool Origin Data% Move Log Copy% ...
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disk space for child partitions fills parent partitions

I got two partitions, one for /var/log and another for /var/log/audit But first one is showing full (and raising all the alrms) because of the second one, as it is inside. /var/log/audit account for ...
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Volume full according to vgdisplay, but not df

I am trying to shrink a ubuntu 16.04 extended partition using gparted. gparted and vgdisplay both show say the partition is fully used. So I can't shrink the partition. df says 5% is used (the correct ...
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Disk is full, but its not? [closed]

I have a disk that has too many small files: df: /dev/mapper/mpathc 6056822144 6056822144 0 100% /file3 df -i: /dev/mapper/mpathc 384589824 12160314 372429510 4% /file3 I need to move small files ...
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df report incorrect free space for a filesystem (ext4)

I am facing an issue with wrong fs space reported by df. We are talking about bare metal Ubuntu 14.04 server, with the / partition managed by LVM. Size reported by df is different from the size ...
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Can't find used inodes on server

I have a Xen VPS with Debian Linux installed. Once I found that all inodes are used. I checked this: ~# df -i Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on rootfs 3932160 3932160 ...
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CentOS df misreports free disk space (due to mounted volume?)

I have a server with an LVM volume mounted under /mnt. When running df -h to check free disk space, it appears to show the space consumed under /mnt as being used in /: [root@monitor spool]# df -h ...
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How to find the missing inodes?

df -i reports Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on /dev/simfs 300000 250697 49303 84% / so around 250K inodes in use. du -shx --inodes / reports 70K to be sure no inodes was ...
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linux + how to know the time details from df command

is it possible to know when partition was mounted from storage volume? for example latly we know about that netapp19:/volume/orsdcp_nfs was mounted on /oraT but how to know when? ( regarding that ...
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df says 33MB is used when there are no files on the partition

When I run 'df -ha' on my system for an empty partition it is reporting that 33 MB is used: /dev/sdb2 16G 33M 16G 1% /mypartition Yet there are no files on the partition: ls -lha /...
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Linux showing wrong disk space used, du -h -x / | sort -hr has different space

If I type: df -h It shows me 12G used. But If I use this command: du -h -x / | sort -hr >> /home/log_size.txt This will give me: If I sum /usr + /var + /root, this won't give me about ...
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df gives different result when calling for specific device

I get different output for the same device with df if I call it without arguments or with the device as an argument. Running Ubuntu 14.04. Without arguments: ➜ ~ df Filesystem 1K-blocks ...
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Why does `df` indicate no available space when used is much less than total size, on my VPS? [duplicate]

My VPS display this with df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/simfs 100G 46G 0 100% / Does anyone have a idea to fix this ?
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Why third partition of /dev/sda is shown as /dev/sdb instead of /dev/sda3?

I have two 3 TB disks in hardware RAID-1 (mirroring), controller DELL PERC H310 (it is a Dell PowerEdge R420 server). I have three partitions on the same disk. df and fdisk commands shows the third ...
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df show wrong output

My df -h output: root@haier-ubuntu:/# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/haier--ubuntu-root 457G 433G 691M 100% / none 4....
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>11GB free space, but it says 100% disk usage?

$ df -i /mnt/large_linux/ Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on /dev/sda1 29376512 1035086 28341426 4% /mnt/large_linux $ df /mnt/large_linux/ Filesystem 1K-blocks ...
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du and df show discrepant amounts of available disk space on my Linux server [duplicate]

I know that inodes aren't necessarily deallocated with certain removal/deletion methods that users/programs use. When inodes are still present and pointing to files that have been deleted, but two or ...
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df shows bad information on partition usage

I've tried to deal with this for days now with no luck. In this forum and also in other ones I can see a lot of discussion about this but none of the solutions have worked for me. My current ...
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No more space on FreeNAS 9.3. But only half of space actually in use based on “du -sh” command

This morning I got a warning on my FreeNAS 9.3 machine about "Not enough space" warning: The capacity for the volume 'SeanVolume' is currently at 85%, while the recommended value is below 80%. It's ...
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df is reporting wrong information in an LVM

I had a full disk usage on /var/log (100%) and deleted a few files to increase space. this is and ext4 partition mounted with default options. However, when I df -h I get: Filesystem ...
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What are the best ways to monitor and report disk usage on solaris?

df and du provides a total view of usage but the problem with these is that they are not broken down per user. Is there a tool that does this? I found quot but that only works on ufs. Is there an ...
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“Write Error: No space left on device” when df displays 60% of free space? [duplicate]

It's been happening for the last few weeks in a small unix server (it doesn't have all standard unix commands, just the basics included in the BusyBox package) that I was configuring to backup files. ...
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df and du show different size and The size of the "/platform/sun4v/lib/sparcv9/libc_psr.so.1

The server is running on Sun Sparc T5220 machine with Solaris 10 installed. I've run into the disk space problem recently. Done many research but haven't found any solution so i hope can get some help ...
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After resizing NAS box new size does not show up under df -h

We have a 500GB NAS box attached to a Linux box and it appears as /dev/sdb. However after re-sizing from 345GB to 500GB the new size is not registering. [root@localhost iscsi]# df -h Filesystem ...
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Aggregate disk usage with Munin

I want to aggregate a total disk usage in percent of all my nodes with Munin. Actually I tryed : [streaming;Disk-Space] update no contacts no disk.graph_title Total Disk usage in percent ...
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Linux 'df' command not showing root filesystem?

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 at Rackspace. What could cause the root fs to not appear here? # df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on none 4 0 4 0% /sys/...
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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% / tmpfs ...
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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: root@db12....
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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% ...