Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

fsck is telling you that 105570/171776 blocks are used, not KiB. As for df, your example shows the df results for the wrong filesystem. It shows the usage stats for /dev (an in-memory filesystem), not for the filesystem you thought you were measuring. That is because df takes as an argument the mountpoint of the mounted filesystem, not the block device. As ...


3

Which I understand means everything is okay (because there are no errors), but what does 3811/49152 files and 105570/171776 blocks mean? This means that the checked file system uses 3811 inodes (usually you need (at least) one inode per file) out of 49152 inodes available. The same to the blocks: 105570 out of 171776 blocks are currently in use. If ...


1

If the filesystem you want is on an LVM, you should not mount the partition directly. Instead, look for the logical volume name under /dev/mapper and mount that. If nothing is there, you may need to perform an LVM scan and activate the partition. E.G. # lvm lvm> pvscan lvm> lvdisplay [list of LVMs found] lvm> lvchange -a y [lv name] The pvscan ...



Top 50 recent answers are included