I have two hard drives, which are identical, same model though purchased at different times, but in all respects the same. Afaik the manufacturer hasn't changed capacity (Seagate expansion).
However, they're different sizes. One is NTFS, one is one is ext4. Is this a result of the file system or did they actually change the drive specs?
/dev/sdc1 1.8T /dev/sdd1 1.9T /dev/sdc1 1922858352 /dev/sdd1 1953512000
With regards to filesystem, is there anything which squeezes more space out?
The NTFS is the larger one, these files come from df.
Edit 2 Maybe this should be moved somewhere else. df is giving a different size than fdisk does. Fdisk says they're the same, df says they're different.