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file.vdi is in all likelihood a sparse file. This is very common with virtual machine disk images: parts that have never been written to are left as holes in the file that don't consume space. You can confirm by checking whether the length of the original file matches its disk usage: ls -l file.vdi; du file.dvi I expect that ls -l will report 14GB (actual ...
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