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SubjectRe: strange df output?
Sorry for the confusion.  I was not aware of the reserved space used in 
an ext2 file system, and had simply never noticed that in a df command
before.

Thanks for clearing that up.
dave

On Wed, 29 May 1996, Aaron Ucko wrote:

> >Here's the output I get from a df command on our pentium 100 with an
> >NCR53C8xx card and a 4GB Seagate Hawk.
> >
> >
> >Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
> >/dev/sda1 997580 942748 3297 100% /
> >/dev/sda2 993614 205329 736954 22% /var
> >/dev/sda3 1982113 994793 884864 53% /home
>
> What's so strange about it? If your problem is that the numbers don't add
> up, that's because ext2fs normally reserves 5% of the fs; that portion
> is listed under neither "used" nor "available."
>
> -- Aaron Ucko (ucko@vax1.rockhurst.edu; finger for PGP public key) | httyp!
> "That's right," he said. "We're philosophers. We think, therefore we am."
> -- Terry Pratchett, _Small Gods_ | Geek Code 3.1 [for explanation, finger
> hayden@mankato.msus.edu]: GCS/M/S/C d- s: a18 C++(+++)>++++ UL++>++++ P++
> L++>+++++ E- W(-) N++(+) o+ K- w--- O M@ V-(--) PS++(+++) PE- Y(+) PGP(+) t(+)
> !5 X-- R(-) tv-@ b++(+++) DI+ !D-- G++(+++) e->+++++(*) h!>+ r-(--)>+++ y?
>


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