Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-30 Thread ill...@gmail.com
On 23 April 2010 12:24, Jerry freebsd.u...@seibercom.net wrote: On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:06:14 -0400 ill...@gmail.com ill...@gmail.com articulated: 64bit executables are going to be larger, sometimes as much as 2x, but do you now have a bunch of (large) /boot/kernel/*.symbols files now? I

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Jerry freebsd.u...@seibercom.net writes: I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD-8.0/amd64. Previously, I had FreeBSD-7.3/i386 installed. It appears the the size of / has increased dramatically. $ df -H Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a1.0G527M

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread Jerry
On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 11:26:02 -0400 Lowell freebsd-questions-lo...@be-well.ilk.org articulated: Jerry freebsd.u...@seibercom.net writes: I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD-8.0/amd64. Previously, I had FreeBSD-7.3/i386 installed. It appears the the size of / has increased dramatically.

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread ill...@gmail.com
On 22 April 2010 12:02, Jerry freebsd.u...@seibercom.net wrote: I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD-8.0/amd64. Previously, I had FreeBSD-7.3/i386  installed. It appears the the size of / has increased dramatically. $ df -H Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread Jerry
On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:06:14 -0400 ill...@gmail.com ill...@gmail.com articulated: 64bit executables are going to be larger, sometimes as much as 2x, but do you now have a bunch of (large) /boot/kernel/*.symbols files now? I have 1115 total files in that directory. It appears that half of

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread Jerry
On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 11:18:57 -0500 (CDT) Mark tingu...@casselton.net articulated: The command (as root) will show which directories in the root partition use the most space: # du -kx / | sort -n Sometime install will backup the boot kernel directory. Multiple /boot/kernel* directories

Re: Disk Usage

2010-04-23 Thread Michael Powell
ill...@gmail.com wrote: On 22 April 2010 12:02, Jerry freebsd.u...@seibercom.net wrote: I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD-8.0/amd64. Previously, I had FreeBSD-7.3/i386 installed. It appears the the size of / has increased dramatically. $ df -H Filesystem SizeUsed Avail

Disk Usage

2010-04-22 Thread Jerry
I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD-8.0/amd64. Previously, I had FreeBSD-7.3/i386 installed. It appears the the size of / has increased dramatically. $ df -H Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a1.0G527M428M55%/ devfs 1.0k1.0k

discrepancies in disk usage between df and du

2010-02-12 Thread Fernan Aguero
Hi, I have a box (7.2-STABLE, amd64) that is currently showing some disk usage problems. It all started with apache generating huge logs from one of the mod_perl applications that is undergoing testing. So the /var partition was getting full. We removed all logs that were causing the problem

Re: discrepancies in disk usage between df and du

2010-02-12 Thread Paul Schmehl
-STABLE, amd64) that is currently showing some disk usage problems. It all started with apache generating huge logs from one of the mod_perl applications that is undergoing testing. So the /var partition was getting full. We removed all logs that were causing the problem, but even though du shows

Re: discrepancies in disk usage between df and du

2010-02-12 Thread Fernan Aguero
...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I have a box (7.2-STABLE, amd64) that is currently showing some disk usage problems. It all started with apache generating huge logs from one of the mod_perl applications that is undergoing testing. So the /var partition was getting full. We removed all logs that were

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Gary Kline
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 07:52:38AM +0200, Polytropon wrote: On Tue, 21 Apr 2009 20:08:18 -0700, Christopher Chambers ccha...@interchange.ubc.ca wrote: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? See man du. Just

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Wojciech Puchar
These are called directories. You don't call files sheets of paper either, do you? :-) YES!! I'm probably too up-tight about the use of folder, but it just seems like waay too much stupiding-down of the std Unix terminology. ([I thought I was the only one]. And

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Peter Boosten
On 22 apr 2009, at 10:01, Wojciech Puchar woj...@wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl it's just stupid to pursue windoze/maclame naming It's just stupid to start another flame war about the superiority of one or another OS. Peter ___

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Mikel King
On Apr 21, 2009, at 11:24 PM, Robert Huff wrote: Christopher Chambers writes: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? If this isn't a FAQ, then search the mailing list archives. This question, or something

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 08:08:18PM -0700, Christopher Chambers wrote: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? Check out the du(1) command. Go in to a file system and type du -sk * or maybe du -sh * (I prefer the former

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Mikel King
On Apr 22, 2009, at 3:05 PM, andrew clarke wrote: On Wed 2009-04-22 10:46:14 UTC-0400, Mikel King (mikel.k...@olivent.com ) wrote: I used to run durep on my shared servers. durep seems to have no concept of security :-) So how did you go about restricting unwanted people from

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread Mikel King
On Apr 22, 2009, at 3:13 PM, andrew clarke wrote: On Thu 2009-04-23 05:05:25 UTC+1000, andrew clarke (m...@ozzmosis.com) wrote: durep seems to have no concept of security :-) So how did you go about restricting unwanted people from viewing its output? I'm referring to the CGI version

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread andrew clarke
On Thu 2009-04-23 05:05:25 UTC+1000, andrew clarke (m...@ozzmosis.com) wrote: durep seems to have no concept of security :-) So how did you go about restricting unwanted people from viewing its output? I'm referring to the CGI version of durep here, of course.

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-22 Thread andrew clarke
On Wed 2009-04-22 10:46:14 UTC-0400, Mikel King (mikel.k...@olivent.com) wrote: I used to run durep on my shared servers. durep seems to have no concept of security :-) So how did you go about restricting unwanted people from viewing its output? Regards Andrew

Disk usage analysis

2009-04-21 Thread Christopher Chambers
Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? -- Christopher Chambers ccha...@interchange.ubc.ca ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo

Disk usage analysis

2009-04-21 Thread Robert Huff
Christopher Chambers writes: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? If this isn't a FAQ, then search the mailing list archives. This question, or something leading to it like out of disk space, comes up regularly

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-21 Thread Adam Vande More
Christopher Chambers wrote: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? du -hd 1 | sort -n http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=duapropos=0sektion=0manpath=FreeBSD+7.1-RELEASE+and+Portsformat=html

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-21 Thread Tim Judd
On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 9:21 PM, Adam Vande More amvandem...@gmail.comwrote: Christopher Chambers wrote: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? du -hd 1 | sort -n du -kd 1 | sort -rn Shows in ENV{BLOCKSIZE

Re: Disk usage analysis

2009-04-21 Thread Polytropon
On Tue, 21 Apr 2009 20:08:18 -0700, Christopher Chambers ccha...@interchange.ubc.ca wrote: Is there an easy way to analyze disk usage to determine which files and folders are taking up the most space? See man du. Just for terminology: In UNIX (so in FreeBSD), there are no folders. Folders

Re: disk usage statistics

2009-04-11 Thread Michal
Wojciech Puchar wrote: Could you suggest me how can I get my disk usage statistics in terms of percentage of the possible disk activity (like in gstat) or megabytes per second (like in iostat), please? systat then type :vmstat I need something not interactive, command that prints what

disk usage statistics

2009-04-10 Thread Michal
Hello. Could you suggest me how can I get my disk usage statistics in terms of percentage of the possible disk activity (like in gstat) or megabytes per second (like in iostat), please? I need something that gives actual usage statistics, not any averages. And something that prints what I want

Re: disk usage statistics

2009-04-10 Thread Wojciech Puchar
Hello. Could you suggest me how can I get my disk usage statistics in terms of percentage of the possible disk activity (like in gstat) or megabytes per second (like in iostat), please? systat then type :vmstat ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: disk usage statistics

2009-04-10 Thread Bill Moran
Michal m...@infosec.pl wrote: Could you suggest me how can I get my disk usage statistics in terms of percentage of the possible disk activity (like in gstat) or megabytes per second (like in iostat), please? I need something that gives actual usage statistics, not any averages

Re: differences of disk usage between du and quota binaries

2009-02-07 Thread Nicolas Letellier
On Fri, 6 Feb 2009 20:12:56 + RW rwmailli...@googlemail.com wrote: On Fri, 6 Feb 2009 20:13:17 +0100 Nicolas Letellier nico...@nicoelro.net wrote: Hello. I use FreeBSD 6.3. I set quota to my fs. But, when I print disk usage with du -sh, I have: .. Why this difference

differences of disk usage between du and quota binaries

2009-02-06 Thread Nicolas Letellier
Hello. I use FreeBSD 6.3. I set quota to my fs. But, when I print disk usage with du -sh, I have: r...@domain sites $ du -sh folder 633Mfolder But, when I print disk usage with quota -u user, I have: isk quotas for user user (uid 2002): Filesystem usage quota limit grace

Re: differences of disk usage between du and quota binaries

2009-02-06 Thread Glen Barber
On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Nicolas Letellier nico...@nicoelro.net wrote: Hello. I use FreeBSD 6.3. I set quota to my fs. But, when I print disk usage with du -sh, I have: r...@domain sites $ du -sh folder 633Mfolder But, when I print disk usage with quota -u user, I have: isk

Re: differences of disk usage between du and quota binaries

2009-02-06 Thread Glen Barber
On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Glen Barber glen.j.bar...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Nicolas Letellier nico...@nicoelro.net wrote: Hello. I use FreeBSD 6.3. I set quota to my fs. But, when I print disk usage with du -sh, I have: r...@domain sites $ du -sh folder

Re: differences of disk usage between du and quota binaries

2009-02-06 Thread RW
On Fri, 6 Feb 2009 20:13:17 +0100 Nicolas Letellier nico...@nicoelro.net wrote: Hello. I use FreeBSD 6.3. I set quota to my fs. But, when I print disk usage with du -sh, I have: .. Why this difference? (633M against 648264) Try dividing 648264 by 1024

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-31 Thread Mel
On Friday 31 October 2008 02:20:39 Brendan Hart wrote: Is it possible that nfs directory got written to /usr at some point in time? You would only notice this with du if the nfs directory is unmounted. Unmount it and ls -al /usr/mountpoint should only give you an empty dir Bingo!! That

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Mel
On Thursday 30 October 2008 01:42:32 Brendan Hart wrote: Hi, I have inherited some servers running various releases of FreeBSD and I am having some trouble with the /usr partition on one of these boxen. The problem is that there appears to be far more space used on the USR partition than

RE: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Brendan Hart
I took a look at using the smart tools as you suggested, but have now found that the disk in question is a RAID1 set on a DELL PERC 3/Di controller and smartctl does not appear to be the correct tool to access the SMART data for the individual disks. After a little research, I have found

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Jeremy Chadwick
On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 11:15:15AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: What you showed tells me nothing about SMART, other than the remote possibility its basing some of its decisions on the general SMART health status, which means jack squat. I can explain why this is if need be, but it's

RE: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Brendan Hart
#: df -h Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/aacd0s1a 496M163M 293M36%/ devfs 1.0K1.0K 0B 100% /dev /dev/aacd0s1e 496M15M 441M3% /tmp /dev/aacd0s1f28G25G 1.2G96%

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Jeremy Chadwick
On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 11:50:39AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: #: df -h Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/aacd0s1a 496M163M 293M36%/ devfs 1.0K1.0K 0B 100% /dev /dev/aacd0s1e 496M15M 441M

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Jeremy Chadwick wrote: On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 11:50:39AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: #: df -h Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/aacd0s1a 496M163M 293M36%/ devfs 1.0K1.0K 0B 100% /dev /dev/aacd0s1e 496M

RE: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-30 Thread Brendan Hart
-Original Message- From: Jeremy Chadwick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, 31 October 2008 12:02 PM To: Brendan Hart Cc: 'Mel'; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 11:50:39AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote

Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Brendan Hart
Hi, I have inherited some servers running various releases of FreeBSD and I am having some trouble with the /usr partition on one of these boxen. The problem is that there appears to be far more space used on the USR partition than there are actual files on the partition. The utility df -h

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Jeremy Chadwick
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 11:12:32AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: I have inherited some servers running various releases of FreeBSD and I am having some trouble with the /usr partition on one of these boxen. The problem is that there appears to be far more space used on the USR partition than

RE: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Brendan Hart
@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 11:12:32AM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: I have inherited some servers running various releases of FreeBSD and I am having some trouble with the /usr partition on one of these boxen

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Jeremy Chadwick
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 12:11:58PM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: The space reserved as minfree does not appear to have been changed from the default setting of 8%. Okay, then that's likely not the problem. Is your suggestion that I should change it to a larger value? That would just make your

RE: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Brendan Hart
On Thu 30/10/2008 12:25 PM, Jeremy Chadwick wrote: Could the missing space be an indication of hardware disk issues i.e. physical blocks marked as bad? The simple answer is no, bad blocks would not cause what you're seeing. smartctl -a /dev/disk will help you determine if there's evidence the

Re: Large discrepancy in reported disk usage on USR partition

2008-10-29 Thread Jeremy Chadwick
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 02:04:36PM +1030, Brendan Hart wrote: On Thu 30/10/2008 12:25 PM, Jeremy Chadwick wrote: Could the missing space be an indication of hardware disk issues i.e. physical blocks marked as bad? The simple answer is no, bad blocks would not cause what you're seeing.

Re: SQUID 2.6 disk usage didn't grow HELP

2007-11-02 Thread Tek Bahadur Limbu
Hi Narek, Narek Gharibyan wrote: I set squid 2.6 transparent proxy with default settings on P4 2000 RAM 512/ 80GB HDD. I change only Which exact 2.6 version of Squid are you using? Which FreeBSD version are you running on your machine? cache_mem 128 MB cache_dir ufs

SQUID 2.6 disk usage didn't grow HELP

2007-10-15 Thread Narek Gharibyan
I set squid 2.6 transparent proxy with default settings on P4 2000 RAM 512/ 80GB HDD. I change only cache_mem 128 MB cache_dir ufs /usr/local/squid/cache 40960 16 256 Squid works normally and do caching. It takes 300Mb RAM, and about 3GB HDD space, but it DOESN'T use more space. Squid

What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread Janos Dohanics
du is acting strange on my system: # du /usr/X11R6 4 /usr/X11R6/share/locale 8 /usr/X11R6/share 12 /usr/X11R6 # du -h /usr/X11R6 2.0K/usr/X11R6/share/locale 4.0K/usr/X11R6/share 6.0K/usr/X11R6 # du -k /usr/X11R6 2 /usr/X11R6/share/locale 4

Re: What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread Eric Crist
On Aug 8, 2007, at 11:21 AMAug 8, 2007, Janos Dohanics wrote: du is acting strange on my system: # du /usr/X11R6 4 /usr/X11R6/share/locale 8 /usr/X11R6/share 12 /usr/X11R6 # du -h /usr/X11R6 2.0K/usr/X11R6/share/locale 4.0K/usr/X11R6/share 6.0K/usr/X11R6 # du -k

Re: What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Aug 8, 2007, at 9:21 AM, Janos Dohanics wrote: du is acting strange on my system: # du /usr/X11R6 4 /usr/X11R6/share/locale 8 /usr/X11R6/share 12 /usr/X11R6 # du -h /usr/X11R6 2.0K/usr/X11R6/share/locale 4.0K/usr/X11R6/share 6.0K/usr/X11R6 # du -k /usr/X11R6 2

Re: What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread Janos Dohanics
PROTECTED] \w]\\$ export EDITOR=vim The issue is that du reports twice as much disk usage as du -h or du -k, and I have no clue why... ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
in their shell. -- -Chuck Well, this is all I have in .bash_profile: $ cat .bash_profile PS1=[EMAIL PROTECTED] \w]\\$ export EDITOR=vim The issue is that du reports twice as much disk usage as du -h or du -k, and I have no clue why... Chuck is right: the twice as much is du reporting

Re: What is my disk usage?

2007-08-08 Thread Janos Dohanics
...or: export BLOCKSIZE=K ...configured in their shell. -- -Chuck Well, this is all I have in .bash_profile: $ cat .bash_profile PS1=[EMAIL PROTECTED] \w]\\$ export EDITOR=vim The issue is that du reports twice as much disk usage as du -h or du -k, and I have no clue

Mystery of increasing disk usage

2007-08-03 Thread Jamie Penman-Smithson
I'm having big problems trying to pin down the cause of spiralling disk usage on a partition. du -sh shows that /usr is using 5.9 GB: $ du -shL /usr 5.9G/usr However, df shows: Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad4s1f 47G 43G131M 100%/usr

Re: Mystery of increasing disk usage

2007-08-03 Thread Bill Moran
Jamie Penman-Smithson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm having big problems trying to pin down the cause of spiralling disk usage on a partition. du -sh shows that /usr is using 5.9 GB: $ du -shL /usr 5.9G/usr However, df shows: Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted

Re: Mystery of increasing disk usage

2007-08-03 Thread Peter Boosten
Bill Moran wrote: If I remember correctly, the most common reason for this is files that have been deleted, but have not had all references to them closed (i.e. file descriptors). You remember correctly: I've seen this happening with Apache logfiles that had been deleted but Apache didn't

Re: Mystery of increasing disk usage

2007-08-03 Thread Peter Boosten
Peter Boosten wrote: Bill Moran wrote: If I remember correctly, the most common reason for this is files that have been deleted, but have not had all references to them closed (i.e. file descriptors). You remember correctly: I've seen this happening with Apache logfiles that had been

hard disk usage monitoring

2007-02-15 Thread Peter
I am looking for a tool to allow a windows XP client to monitor the disk usage (basically the % used over time, how much space is left, etc) on a FreeBSD file server. I will have samba and webmin installed already. I've looked at some webmin modules but they seem very archaic. PM

Re: hard disk usage monitoring

2007-02-15 Thread Drew Sanford
Peter wrote: I am looking for a tool to allow a windows XP client to monitor the disk usage (basically the % used over time, how much space is left, etc) on a FreeBSD file server. I will have samba and webmin installed already. I've looked at some webmin modules but they seem very archaic

Re: hard disk usage monitoring

2007-02-15 Thread Derek Ragona
You can use bigsister and monitor the remote and local diskusage. -Derek At 01:22 PM 2/15/2007, Peter wrote: I am looking for a tool to allow a windows XP client to monitor the disk usage (basically the % used over time, how much space is left, etc) on a FreeBSD file server. I

/usr/disk usage

2005-12-08 Thread Grant Peel
Hi all, Recently installed 6.0 on a new server. Never had a problem with a /usr FS at 2.0 Gig before, but this one seems to be filling up fast. make clean already done on ports, what else am I missing here? DOnt really want to delete source, but what else can be removed? s1# du -h -d1 2.0K

Re: /usr/disk usage

2005-12-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Dec 08, 2005 at 11:41:00AM -0500, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, Recently installed 6.0 on a new server. Never had a problem with a /usr FS at 2.0 Gig before, but this one seems to be filling up fast. make clean already done on ports, what else am I missing here? DOnt really want to

Re: /usr/disk usage

2005-12-08 Thread Svein Halvor Halvorsen
On 12/8/05, Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Recently installed 6.0 on a new server. Never had a problem with a /usr FS at 2.0 Gig before, but this one seems to be filling up fast. make clean already done on ports, what else am I missing here? DOnt really want to delete source, but what

Gathering statistics on disk usage

2005-10-15 Thread Josh Paetzel
I am trying to set up mrtg to graph disk usage. I've tried using the output of iostat to provide me with usage in MB/s. The problem with this is that moving data from disk to disk on the system causes the usage to jump to around 30MB/s. Even with mrtg configured to draw the graphs

Re: Gathering statistics on disk usage

2005-10-15 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Oct 15), Josh Paetzel said: I am trying to set up mrtg to graph disk usage. I've tried using the output of iostat to provide me with usage in MB/s. The problem with this is that moving data from disk to disk on the system causes the usage to jump to around 30MB/s. Even

Re: Gathering statistics on disk usage

2005-10-15 Thread Josh Paetzel
If you apply the patch at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=bin/68840, you will be able to get %busy stats out of iostat. Thanks for your quick reply. Unfortunately your patch does not apply cleanly to a 4.11-STABLE box. I can supply iostat.c.rej if you want it. I also tried it

Re: Gathering statistics on disk usage

2005-10-15 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Oct 15), Josh Paetzel said: If you apply the patch at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=bin/68840, you will be able to get %busy stats out of iostat. Thanks for your quick reply. Unfortunately your patch does not apply cleanly to a 4.11-STABLE box. I can

Re: Gathering statistics on disk usage

2005-10-15 Thread Josh Paetzel
It definitely should have applied cleanly on 5.4. I just tested it. Try downloading the Raw PR link at the bottom of the page; that will remove any html-escaping. The patch won't work on 4.x because the devstat interface got overhauled between 4.x and 5.x. All right, I get the point hat for

Monitor Disk Usage (Unusual Load Avgs)

2004-08-13 Thread Steven Adams
Hi, Server specs Dual p4 xeon 2.4 (4virtual cpus) 1gig ecc ram 5x 36gig 10k rpm scsi on a ami megaraid I only host a few web sites on this server which at the most peak hour of times there is only about 6-7%cpu usage. For some reason my load avg's will jump from 0.05 to 0.98 even to 1.50 when

Re: Monitor Disk Usage (Unusual Load Avgs)

2004-08-13 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Steven Adams wrote: Hi, Server specs Dual p4 xeon 2.4 (4virtual cpus) 1gig ecc ram 5x 36gig 10k rpm scsi on a ami megaraid I only host a few web sites on this server which at the most peak hour of times there is only about 6-7%cpu usage. For some reason my load avg's will jump from 0.05 to 0.98

Re: Monitor Disk Usage (Unusual Load Avgs)

2004-08-13 Thread token
Steve, There's the obligatory 'ps -ax' to see what's running. You can also run 'top' to get a constantly updated display of processes. Some other stuff you may want to look around with is 'systat' . Just running the command doesn't show a whole lot but with various options and such you can

Re: Checking Partition/User disk usage?

2004-06-05 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Jun 04, 2004 at 08:18:32PM -0700, Charlie La Mothe wrote: This is a pretty simple question, I'm just looking for tools that report back disk or user disk usage. I remember these commands, but I can't remember what they are called df(1) du(1) repquota(1) Obviously

Checking Partition/User disk usage?

2004-06-04 Thread Charlie La Mothe
This is a pretty simple question, I'm just looking for tools that report back disk or user disk usage. I remember these commands, but I can't remember what they are called Thanks, charlie ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http

Re: Disk Usage

2004-05-05 Thread anubis
On Wed, 5 May 2004 10:38 am, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Michael Conlen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any ideas what would cause the df -k and du -k discrepancy? FAQ entry: The du and df commands show different amounts of disk space available. What is going on?

Disk Usage

2004-05-04 Thread Michael Conlen
shows a total usage for that file system of much less than df -k. du -k essentially shows the disk usage before the available space started to disappear! Normally I'd presume someone's hiding files under a mount point when I see this but nothings mounted on a directory in this filesystem. Upon

Re: Disk Usage

2004-05-04 Thread Jay Moore
On Tuesday 04 May 2004 05:49 pm, Michael Conlen wrote: Any ideas what would cause the df -k and du -k discrepancy? maybe fu-k ? :) ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

Re: Disk Usage

2004-05-04 Thread Erik Trulsson
of the filesystems (which has exported directories). The catch is that a du -k shows a total usage for that file system of much less than df -k. du -k essentially shows the disk usage before the available space started to disappear! Normally I'd presume someone's hiding files under a mount point when I

Re: Disk Usage

2004-05-04 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Michael Conlen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any ideas what would cause the df -k and du -k discrepancy? FAQ entry: The du and df commands show different amounts of disk space available. What is going on? http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/disks.html#DU-VS-DF