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filesystem size displays more than 100% !!!

Jayesh Thakar
Occasional Contributor

filesystem size displays more than 100% !!!

I have reconfigured Raid Array units connected with AS1200 server and created filesystems of required size. I have restored data on it. Now the data resored is OK, also SAP application is running well. While giving df -k command, I see some filesystem having used size more that 100% ! How it is possible? Kindly provide the solution also.
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Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: filesystem size displays more than 100% !!!

Hi,

umount the filesystem and run quotacheck -a -v to correct any inconsistencies.

greetings,

Michael
Ross Minkov
Esteemed Contributor

Re: filesystem size displays more than 100% !!!

Just to second what Michael said -- I have seen the same problem and quotacheck worked for me.

-Ross
Ralf Puchner
Honored Contributor

Re: filesystem size displays more than 100% !!!

problem was reported several times, please use the "search" function within the forum next time!
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