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Re: [opensuse] freespace calculation bug or not
  • From: Aaron Kulkis <akulkis00@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 01:37:09 -0500
  • Message-id: <47B68495.9010105@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hans defaber wrote:
Hans defaber schreef:
Hi folks,

In my home directory I have a link.
ln -s /mnt/store store
Store is a partition of 250 GB, My home directory is 10GB
If I write some (large) files via this link to a directory in store then they
are substracted from the freeblocks of my home directory.

If the system thinks that my home dir is full (which isn't true) then all
programs that have to write in my homedir stop.
I don't use diskspace on my homedir but on /mnt/store which is another
partition.
Then I have to reboot to cleanup this wrong disc-calculations.

Startuplog:
Home (/dev/sda9): recovering journal
Home (/dev/sda9): Clearing orphaned inode 16742 (uid=1000, gid=100,
mode=040755, size=4096)
Home (/dev/sda9): Clearing orphaned inode 16754 (uid=0, gid=0, mode=0100644,
size=6320340992)
Home (/dev/sda9): clean, 17849/1310720 files, 1072543/2620595 blocks

If it is a bug, on which part kernel,kde or some other part.
Where should I depose this bug.

Thanks

If my home disk is 'full',which isn't true, Then the datastream continues till
the end.

Which data stream?

To my opinion calculating diskspace is a task of the operatingsystem in
combination with the filesystem.
Is this correct ?

that's the responsibility of the filesystem driver (ext3, xfs,
or reiserfs or whatever you're using)



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