martin.stone at db.com
Wed Apr 21 13:08:05 UTC 2004
Jeff Vian wrote:
> Martin Stone wrote:
>> Oops, sorry, missed your other question. My "df -h" output is:
>> /dev/sdc1 1.1T 166G 862G 17% /export/home
>> /dev/sdd1 1.1T 852G 175G 83% /export/data
>> They're mirrors, so smaller than yours... but if you can get to 1.1
>> TB, why not at least 1.9? The 1008 GB number seems a really weird
>> place for it to stop.
> And how big is 1008GB??
> Unless I missed on my math that is _really_ close to 1.0TB, just not
> displayed the same.
1TB is exactly equal to 1024 GB. With filesystem overhead, sure that could work
out to 1008 GB reported by df...
However, my own partition is 1117 MB long (~1.1 TB), so I know that fdisk can
create a partition at least that long...
Also, to the OP, I just looked and parted shows wrong info for my device too:
# parted /dev/sdc print
Disk geometry for /dev/sdc: 0.000-1144410.500 megabytes
Disk label type: msdos
Minor Start End Type Filesystem Flags
1 0.031 -952748.233 primary ext3
But it does show the right disk geometry at least... how does your output
compare with this?
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