On Sun, 5 Jan 2003, Eric Timme wrote:

> Filesystem    Size   Used  Avail Capacity iused ifree %iused  Mounted on
> /dev/ad0s1a    89M    44M    37M    54%    1535  9983   13%   /
> /dev/ad0s1e    79M   4.0K    72M     0%       2 10236    0%   /tmp
> /dev/ad0s1f   886M   620M   195M    76%  107214  6448   94%   /usr
> /dev/ad0s1g    93M    92K    86M     0%      44 12114    0%   /usr/home
> /dev/ad0s1h    99M   6.1M    85M     7%     463 12463    4%   /usr/local
> /dev/ad0s1d    99M   406K    90M     0%     120 12678    1%   /var
> procfs        4.0K   4.0K     0B   100%      41   955    4%   /proc
> /dev/ad1s1    490M   2.0K   451M     0%       1 62973    0%   /usr/obj
> As you can see I'm using up 94% of my /usr partition's inodes just standing
> still, and only have around 6500 free, compared with almost 110000 used!  The
> /usr partition does house both a source and ports tree, and as you can see I
> utilize a second hard-drive to build my world.

IMO you're setting yourself up for trouble in the future if you odn't fix
I ran into similar issues a few months ago on a server install with a
small (<800Mb) hard drive.
I would recommend you reinstall, and newfs the drive with a smaller block
tuning(7) has some information on what you could use but I use the
following options when sysinstall prompted me:
-b 4096 -f 1024

They seems to be working well so far. I haven't noticed any performance
problems (actually for a drive in PIO3 it's very responsive).

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