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Harddrive I/O per Pid

is there any way to see the disk I/O per pid/process ? Monitorix shows me the following and correct me if I´m wrong, but it looks like that the harddrive is slowing down the whole system: UPDATE #1 ...
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lde (linux disk editor) open just few beggining blocks

I have installed lde (linux disk editor) to verify some data but I see just only up to 0xB670 block. But it's strage sometime the last block in the page is 0xB4B0 and the next is 0xB0C0. And from ...
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votes
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How do you tell what hard drive a file is on?

On Debian, I have multiple hard drives, how do I know where /var/www is? Bonus: How do I check the capacity and consumed capacity and of my drives?
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From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)

Seeing the device name by df, is it somehow possible to resolve it to the physical drive name such as vendor / type. /dev/sda3 915.4G 34.9G 880.0G 4% /share/HDA_DATA /dev/sdd3 ...
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vote
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RedHat Linux Space Usage Problem

I recently downloaded something on my Redhat Linux computer, and it told me I was out of space. I checked my disk usage, and it says I've used 100% of my folder, but as you can see I still have almost ...
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2answers
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Why is my /home separate from /?

I was confused why I was getting out of space errors so I ran df and saw this: [me@fedlap /]$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 43G ...
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votes
3answers
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Root filesystem nearly full - should I be worried?

me@netbook:~$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda5 323M 292M 15M 96% / tmpfs 5.0M 4.0K 5.0M 1% /lib/init/rw tmpfs ...
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How to see free disk space on SunOS?

It really makes me mad. SunOS 5.9 #format Searching for disks...done No disks found! # mount / on /dev/md/dsk/d0...(skip) /var on /dev/md/dsk/d4 ... /opt on /dev/md/dsk/d5 ... /home on ...