[OpenAFS] Possible complete brain failure
Derrick J Brashear
Thu, 8 Feb 2007 13:43:19 -0500 (EST)
My guess: orphans. What happens if you salvage with say -orphans attach?
On Thu, 8 Feb 2007, Jeff Blaine wrote:
> I've had my coffee. I keep staring at this scratching my head.
> jblaine:cairo> pwd
> jblaine:cairo> fs lsm /afs/rcf/user/jblaine
> '/afs/rcf/user/jblaine' is a mount point for volume '#u.jblaine'
> jblaine:cairo> du -sk .
> 185466 .
> Roughly 185MB, right? Sure, that seems reasonable (it's what I
> expect based on my typical low usage habits) and accurate
> based on a second check (top 10 space hog directories):
> jblaine:cairo> du -sk * | sort -r -n | head -10
> 85074 public_html
> 51711 src
> 19505 arches
> 9859 PointyHair
> 3481 Private
> 3098 lib
> 1729 Status
> 782 tmp
> 276 Docs
> 171 share
> What is this then?
> jblaine:cairo> vos examine u.jblaine
> u.jblaine 536887760 RW 2282695 K On-line
> jblaine:cairo> fs lq .
> Volume Name Quota Used %Used Partition
> u.jblaine 5000000 2282695 46% 9%
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