I'm finding it difficult to understand some stuffs about the `df`

command. Suppose I type `df`

and I have the following output

```
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/da0s1 some number some number number percentage /win
/dev/da0s2 some number some number number percentage /win/home
/dev/da0s3a some number some number number percentage /
devfs some number some number number percentage /dev
/dev/da0s3g some number some number number percentage /local
/dev/da0s3h some number some number -number 102% /reste
/dev/da0s3d some number some number number percentage /tmp
/dev/da0s3f some number some number number percentage /usr
/dev/da0s3e some number some number number percentage /var
/dev/da1s1a some number some number number percentage /public
```

Are the answers to the following questions correct?

How many physical drives do I have?
`Ans: 2. da0s1 and da1s1`

How many physical partitions on each disk?
`Ans: 8 for da0s1 and 1 for da1s1`

How many BSD partition on each physical partition
`Ans: Impossible to determine. We have to use the -T to determine its type`

How is it possible for the file system /dev/da0s3h filled at 102%? And where is this overflowed data written?`Ans: I have no idea for this one`

Thanks.