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September 02, 2005, at 08:45 AM by RonM -- Make disk size more human readable
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More readable disksizes: If you have a hard time interpreting the size and are more comfortable with Kbytes and Mbytes, use the command 'df -h' (h stands for human-readable). Sample output would look like this:

FilesystemSizeUsedAvailableUse%Mounted on
/dev/sda16.4M6.2M216.0k97%/initrd
/dev/sda11.8G74.4M1.7G4%/
/dev/sda216.4G128.4M15.5G1%/home
tmpfs15.0M015.0M0%/media/ram

BTW, this is output of an OpenSlug 2.5-beta NSLU2.

August 22, 2005, at 03:58 PM by tman --
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How to determine that rootfs really exist on usbdisk after unslinging

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How to determine that rootfs really exist on the USB disk after unslinging

August 22, 2005, at 03:58 PM by tman --
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How to determine that rootfs really exist on usbdisk after unslinging

Filesystem1k-blocksUsedAvailableUse%Mounted on
rootfs96569564585695129920%/
/dev/sda165285320120881%/initrd
/dev/sda196569564585695129920%/
/dev/sda196569564585695129920%/share/hdd/data
/dev/sda212395541421185333%/share/hdd/conf

This is taken (with the command df) from a freshly Unslung NSLU2 with 10GB USB disk. If the size of rootfs (9512992) and / on /dev/sda1 (which is my USB disk on port 1) reflects the size of your disk's data partition (/share/hdd/data), then you are good.

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