Have you rebooted the server or run 'fsck' lately? One thing to note
about Solaris (and Unix in general) is that if you remove/delete a file
while it is open, you do not reclaim the disk space until all processes
that have it open close it, and then sometimes not until an 'fsck' is
Try running 'fsck -n' on the mounted filesystem (the '-n' will prevent
any changes and will cause 'fsck' to just report problems). You may
find that a 120,000MB unreferenced file (or multiple files) exist. A
reboot (with its accompanying 'fsck -p') will reclaim the disk space.
> I am running Solaris 2.6 on a Sparc...
> When I do a df -k on the /install partition it
> says that 140,000MB is being used but when I do
> a du -k on /install it says that only 20,000MB is
> being used???
> Where is the 120,000MB gone???
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