I have the following df -h output:
/dev/mfid0s1d 9.7G 8.9G 28K 100% /var
However, when I try to du -hs /var, I got this result:
#du -hs /var 3.3G /var
My question is, where is my 5.6G data? Or, maybe there's something I don't understand about freebsd?
My server info:
#uname -a FreeBSD blablbalba.example.com 8.0-STABLE FreeBSD 8.0-STABLE #0: Sat Apr 10 04:13:38 WIT 2010 email@example.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64
mfid0s1d? Some unices (e.g. Solaris) can have multiple filesystems sharing the same storage area, so this situation could arise if
/varand another filesystem shared a 9.6GB volume. I don't know if this exists in FreeBSD.