On 2007-05-02 12:26, David Banning <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
>> A lot of the features related to file sizes and other attributes of
>> the files stored on a disk depend highly on the type of file system
>> used on the disk.
>> What file system does the destination directory live in?
> originally my problem was with a dedicated ide (on ide cable in machine)
> secondary mounted drive - 300G
> I tried it in /usr with same results.

The disk type isn't really what I asked about.  Is your /usr file system
mounted from UFS (I haven't kept all the messages of the thread, so I
don't remember from the df output; please excuse my short memory, if
I'm repeating a question already answered).

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