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[ufs-discuss] Re: Re: File system full?

Subject: [ufs-discuss] Re: Re: File system full?
From: JÃrgen Keil
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 06:48:06 PST
Frank Batschulat wrote

> On Wed, 21 Feb 2007 14:31:32 +0100, Dennis <corovita@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> > ufs
> > magic   11954   format  dynamic time    Wed Feb 21 14:28:15 2007
> > sblkno  16      cblkno  24      iblkno  32      dblkno  760
> > sbsize  2048    cgsize  8192    cgoffset 64     cgmask  0xffffffc0
> > ncg     93      size    4530330 blocks  4461120
> > bsize   8192    shift   13      mask    0xffffe000
> > fsize   1024    shift   10      mask    0xfffffc00
> > frag    8       shift   3       fsbtodb 1
> > minfree 1%      maxbpg  2048    optim   time
> > maxcontig 7     rotdelay 0ms    rps     60
> > csaddr  760     cssize  2048    shift   9       mask    0xfffffe00
> > ntrak   48      nsect   128     spc     6144    ncyl    1475
> > cpg     16      bpg     6144    fpg     49152   ipg     5824
> > nindir  2048    inopb   64      nspf    2
> > nbfree  0       ndir    15704   nifree  381641  nffree  135498
> > cgrotor 52      fmod    0       ronly   0       logbno  1568
> > rolled  2       si      1       flags   0
> > version 2
> > fs_reclaim FS_RECLAIM
> > Dateisystem-Status gÃltig,
> > fsclean ist -3
> > BlÃcke verfÃgbar in jeder Drehposition
> 
> so you formerly claimed:
> 
> <snip>
> unknon ufs NOTICE: alloc /: file system full
> Thats impossile: There must be at least 90 GB free space
> <snip end>
> 
> thats not possible since / is about 34.56 GB in size, since
> you have fs->fs_size = 4530330 (number of blocks in fs)
> * block size of 8k fs->fs_bsize = 8192 makes up a ~ 34.56 GB file system.

Is  fs->fs_bsize == 8192 the correct unit for fs->fs_size and
fs->fs_blocks ?

Isn't it fs->fs_fsize ?

I'd say this is a 4.5GB filesystem. Which can easily be filled with a full
Solaris Developer Express installation...
 
 
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