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ext3 Filesystem shows full to most apps, but only 77% full to DF

Var is showing as full to many apps like Nagios, Puppet, and the LVM tools (pvs, vgs, etc) df -h output 6.0G 4.3G 1.4G 77% /var vgs output /var/lock/lvm/V_rootvg:aux: open failed: No space ...
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Regarding the output of “df -h” in Linux

Regarding the output of "df -h" in Linux. [root@]# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 193G 82G 101G 45% / tmpfs 1.9G 272K 1.9G ...
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the difference in used hard drive space as shown by df and du is HUGE!

It seems that du discounts the #open files when calculating the disk usage, and this hit me when I saw that df is showing 100% usage, while du says only 40% is in use. when i looked up on this, i ...
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Linux tool to track directory space over time

Are there any common Linux tools that track disk space over time, not just a filesystem overall, but for example, so I could easily see which directory trees swelled up and shrunk historically? The ...
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see actual partitions usage

I have recently learned that ext3 (or some other filesystems) reserve some space of a drive by default for previliged processes. One can change this by doing the following: # tune2fs -m 4 /dev/sdXY ...