On 2007/02/02 15:18, Peter seems to have typed:
> So now my question becomes "Where does FreeBSD get 289 from 305?".
Well, for one thing, you never have 305GB. 1024MB = 1GB.
You only had 298GB UNFORMATTED. Formatted, you had 289GB. With
8% reserve, you're down to 266GB.
Remember the 2MB floppies? 2,000,000 bytes = 1.907MB UNFORMATTED.
1.44 MB formatted. Same principle applies to all disks. Formatting
takes space, but makes the disk usable.
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