> I recently installed NetBSD 1.4.1. I made 5 partitions: /,/usr,/var/tmp &
> swap. On my initial boot into single user, df reports negative availability
> on all but root and swap. More specifically it reports 111% usage on
> /usr,/var & /tmp. I tried to "tunefs -o space -m 10 /tmp" after unmounting
> but it didn't help. Needless to say I'm a newbie and any help offered would
> be appreciated.
111% means that you have set your minfree to 10%, but the whole filesystem
space, including the 10% minfree, is used.
Say your FS is 100MB and you have 10% free. Then
100% full = 90 MB is used
99MB used = 110% (90MB + 10% of 90MB)
100MB used is then 111% used (90MB + 11% of 90MB)
You should see different numbers if you use tunefs -m 1
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