[Dirvish] Backup size
Leopold Palomo Avellaneda
leo at alaxarxa.net
Wed Jul 28 19:45:56 UTC 2010
A Dimecres 28 Juliol 2010, Keith Lofstrom va escriure:
> On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 09:01:05PM +0200, Leopold Palomo Avellaneda wrote:
> > One of my vaults have failed because there's no free space. So, dirvish
> > has failed during two days. I haven't found whats happening because I
> > had free
> "df" tells you how many bytes are available in unused sectors.
> "df -i" tells you how many inodes are available, when using file
> systems (such as ext2, ext3, etc.) that format partitions with
> a fixed maximum number of inodes. If you are backing up a lot
> of little files, you may run out of inodes before you run out of
> available sectors. If this is your problem, future backup
> partitions should be formatted with extra inodes.
> For example, my 1.5TB backup disk is currently at 80% data usage
> and 20% inode usage, but that is because I formatted the backup
> partition with 4x the normal number of inodes. In the past, I
> have run out of inodes, and at the time there were no available
> tools for efficiently copying data to reformatted partitions. Sigh.
df -h :
/dev/mapper/DiscDur-srv 398G 392G 2,4G 100% /srv
df -i :
/dev/mapper/DiscDur-srv 52969472 7395476 45573996 14% /srv
when I executed the dirvish-crotab script I got 101Gb free. I don't have 101Gb
of new data in this week!!!!
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