df is a standard Unix computer program used to display the amount of available disk space for filesystems

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Discrepancy between df and du

I have a question pertaining the difference from 'df -h' and 'du -bs'. I have seen several questions here about it, but the issue was always that 'df -h' was reporting more used space than 'du -bs'. I ...
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What are sparse files and how to deal with them?

When dealing with sparse files, df appears to report the dummy size and not the apparent size of the file which makes it difficult to monitor free space on the system. (I use df -h to check disk ...
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Is there something wrong with my disk partition?

# fdisk -l Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 2048 499711 248832 83 Linux /dev/sda2 501758 41940991 20719617 5 Extended ...
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df reporting weird file usage info

This is on an ubuntu machine running jaunty (9.04). Yesterday there was 30 something gigs free, now df is reporting: /dev/sda1 9.2G 5.1G 3.7G 59% / none 966M ...
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Can I hide BIND mount points from DF?

Is there a formal way to hide the mount points of BIND from df (in CentOS 6.4) ? It's ugly and distracting. Apparently people have been complaining about it for a decade but I cannot seem to google ...
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Do not fragment bit and windows 7

Recently had an issue where the DF bit was set to 1 going from a W7 workstation to the update server, the issue is it was sending 32K of data when the MTU was set to 1500. When the packet hits the NIC ...
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rm -rf * results in “Killed”

I used PHP to generate about 4,000,000 files in a directory (f/) because I was bored. When I cd .. and use rm -rf f, it simply returns "Killed" about half a second later and does not delete the ...