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A small correction to the otherwise very detailed answer: The first number is the number of free non-zero blocks. (I.e. it does not count non-zero file blocks). As such, it is never larger than the number of free blocks. If you run zerofree (without -n) on a filesystem, then run it again (optionally with -n for dry-run) you will see that the first number ...



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