[Dirvish] Too much disk space for images

Jenny Hopkins hopkins.jenny at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 12:15:22 UTC 2009

2009/10/1 Przemek Klosowski <przemek.klosowski at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 7:44 AM, Jenny Hopkins <hopkins.jenny at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hullo there,
>> I've got a vault that has an average image size of 30G.  The entire
>> vault,  consisting of 24 images, however, has a size of 70G.
>> There have not really been many changes in this image since the first
>> one in the vault, and I'm suprised the size of the whole vault is not
>> much closer to the 30G.  Is there any way i can check to see if there
>> is one particular image that suddenly created new nodes or some such
>> thing?
> The 'du' command is taking into account  hardlinks so if you do 'du -s *' in
> your images directory, it'll tell you which images are larger than you
> think. You can then drill down (  cd whateverDir; du -s *  ) to see where
> your space is going.
> This is at least true of GNU fileutils du on unixy filesystems.

Thanks, sorry, I should have mentioned that this is on a debian lenny system.

Surely, though, the du will tell me the size of image but not what
nodes were used?  So each size will be about 30G but half of them
could be on different nodes?



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