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Why is some filesystem space used even though the filesystem is empty? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ext4: How to account for the filesystem space? After googleing a little I find that ext4 reserve 5% for root: Reserved space for root on a filesystem - why?, ext2/3/4 ...
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ext4 used space (not -m option, not deleted files)

I'm a bit puzzled about the way ext4 reports used space. On a new Debian wheezy (testing) installation, I consistently got about 1GB extra space used with a 60GB SSD, when compared to du. I then ...
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Tell fs to free space from deleted files NOW

Is there a way to tell the kernel to give back the free disk space now? Like a write to something in /proc/ ? Using Ubuntu 11.10 with ext4. This is probably an old and very repeated theme. After ...
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ext4: How to account for the filesystem space?

I've recently formated a 1.5 TB drive with the intention of replacing ntfs with ext4. Then I noticed that the files I saved don't fit on the new partition. df: ext4 (ext3 & ext2 show the same ...