Size missing on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3


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Size missing on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3

Our used size is 83 gb. Total of the folders and documents size is46,2 gb. 83-46=37 gb.
Where is my space. Where was lost?
Could you please I need your opinions?

Code:
{root}/space>du -s -h *
 308K   alaerrm-jprof
   1K   argerela
  20G   baerckup_in
 1.8G   cererm
  28M   ecerlipselink
 1.5G   ideeraTapInt
 1.7G   insertall
 140M   inserure
 100M   jprerofiler5
 100M   jprerofiler5_old
   8K   lost+found
 356M   meerdia
 497M   meresut
 759M   merobicents
  79M   merod_jk
 1.2G   mervpn
   1K   myserql
 3.2G   myersql-5.er5.21-solaris10-sparc-64bit
  39K   oneral
 3.1G   orereracle
 2.7G   puerrify14
 386M   puerrify_eval
 524M   purierfyPlusCD
 281M   Ratioernal
 169M   Ratioernal14
 200M   rtp_bridge_work
   2K   rtpListen.jar
 235M   sailfiner
 155M   sailfiner_yedek
 8.2G   saneer
 1.4G   scper
 1.4G   SCTer
 207M   seacherange
  17M   selierm
 595M   srfterester
 109M   taaera
 369M   tietero
 2.4M   tserv
 571M   vcerc_gsm_scf
  25M   visererualvm
 274M   yaersinge
   6K   zonere
#

46,2 gb.

Code:
{root}/space>df -kh /space
Filesystem                   size   used  avail capacity  Mounted on
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3            128G    83G    43G    66%    /space
{root}/space>

Code:
{root}/>df -kh /space
Filesystem                   size   used  avail capacity  Mounted on
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3            128G    83G    43G    66%    /space
{root}/>cd space/


Last edited by methyl; 03-20-2012 at 01:35 PM.. Reason: line up df columns
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Can you run:
Code:
du -sh /space

# 3  
Code:
{root}/>du -sh /space
  52G   /space
{root}/>

I didn't understand anything!Smilie
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It is possible that some big file(s) were deleted while they were (and are) still used by some application. Do you know if any applications are using files from that filesystem? If they are try restarting them.
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Further to bartus11 , the fuser command can tell you which processes have files open on a filesystem - even if you cannot see the files.

A tidy shutdown of all applications followed by a reboot should give you the true disc space.

If you have cleanup routines which delete files, they may need review to make sure that they do not delete files which are open by an application.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by methyl
A tidy shutdown of all applications followed by a reboot should give you the true disc space.
Restarting the applications is sufficient. While it would work too, reboot isn't necessary.
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Quote:
Restarting the applications is sufficient. While it would work too, reboot isn't necessary.
Good point. Check the free space once there is no process attached to /space .
If you still have an issue or the process is a zombie, reboot. It has worked for me in the past.
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