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Re: [SLE] Universal trash ? & Log in prob. Whoops!!-Cured not solved
  • From: Carl William Spitzer IV <cwsiv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 21:01:19 -0700
  • Message-id: <1119325827.5398.12.camel@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Sat, 2005-06-18 at 15:59, Carlos E. R. wrote:
> On 2005-06-18 09:09 +0200, B. Stia wrote:
>
> > Wellllllll.....I cured it - not solved it. In my last just recently
> > posted message I speculated about the kernel and kdar. Decided to
> > check.
> >
> > I stated that after doing another kdar backup (4 files) the problem
> > returned. Remember now, the backup was done by root to a different
> > hard drive. I went in and deleted the files one by one on the other
> > hard drive and watched the / directory diminish in size with
> > KDiskFree.
>
> How did you delete them, using 'kdar', or 'rm'?
>
> I don't understand how deleting a file in a drive can have effect on
> another disk ussage... unless kdar does some kind of association "he"
> is aware of :-?
>
> > After deleting them all, my / directory returned to it's mormal size.
> >
> > The df command was also normal showing only one hdb1 posting.
> > Strange !! Seems impossible. Has to be some kind of bug.
>
> "Next" time, try 'df /', not 'df /*'.
>
OR try

> df -alh /* | sort | uniq
- 0 0 0 - /sys
/dev/hda10 69M 5.6M 60M 9% /boot
/dev/hda3 5.8G 4.0G 1.5G 73% /
/dev/hda4 9.7G 8.6G 1.1G 89% /home
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
proc 0 0 0 - /proc

It puts the headder out of place but at least the duplicates are
eliminated.
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