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FreeBSD and weird df -k output

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hicom, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. hicom

    hicom Well-Known Member

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    This has been happening for a while now on both FreeBSD 4.10/4.11.

    When someone logs in through JailShell , I run df -k, and this is the output:

    svr1# df -k
    Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
    /dev/ar0s1a 302350 156132 122030 56% /
    /dev/ar0s1f 1032142 21260 928312 2% /tmp
    /dev/ar0s1e 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% /usr
    /dev/ar0s1g 257998 32978 204382 14% /var
    /dev/ad2s1e 76767848 34545284 36081138 49% /backup
    procfs 4 4 0 100% /proc
    /usr/lib 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/lib
    /usr/sbin 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/sbin
    /usr/share 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/share
    /usr/bin 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/bin
    /usr/man 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/man
    /usr/X11R6 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/X11R6
    /usr/libexec 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/libexec
    /usr/local/bin 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/local/bin
    /usr/local/lib 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% usr/local/lib
    /var/spool 257998 32978 204382 14% var/spool
    /var/lib 257998 32978 204382 14% var/lib
    /var/run 257998 32978 204382 14% var/run
    /var/log 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% var/log
    /usr/home/username 72957960 46784418 20336906 70% username
    /tmp 1032142 21260 928312 2% tmp
    /dev 302350 156132 122030 56% dev
    /bin 302350 156132 122030 56% bin

    I can't put my finger on it. Any suggestions ?
     
  2. eos1

    eos1 Well-Known Member

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    I heard that's normal. :)
    User needs to access some directories...
     
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