>Wouldn't it look like
>Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
>/dev/mirror/gm0d 4058062 -377792 4111210 110% /tmp
>/dev/mirror/gm0e 15231278 -113942 14126718 101% /var
>then? I always assumed that a disk occupation > 100% would go into
>this reserved area, which would turn the Capacity field to be more
>than 100%, and not less than 0%? This is the case when I have more
>data on a UFS partition than it "is allowed to"...
I've seen this before a few times, but never something less than 0%.
I've reimaged the system to correct it. Will have to see if it happens
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