[CentOS] space problem

Wed Jun 13 18:04:15 UTC 2012
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

On 06/13/2012 12:18 PM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> CentOS 6.2. I have a 2TB drive, one partition, which is used for online
> backups. It filled up the other day. I moved a couple of b/u directories
> off it, and deleted the originals, which should have given me 42G free. I
> also reduced the reserved blocks by 1/3rd.
> I've just finished an fsck, which it needed anyway, and in which there was
> a problem in an HTREE directory node.
> df *still* tells me that there are zero bytes free.
> Clues?

A 2TB drive is 2048 GB.

If it was 100% full, and if you freed up 42GB, then it would be:

2006/2048 = 98% full (well, 97.95% to be exact).

so it would only show 2% space free max anyway.

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