Thanks to Casper Dik. After reading his suggestion I said thats it, why
didn't I think of that. Oh well, thats why Casper makes the big
There was a mount point with stuff under it. One of the admins had put
stuff and forgot about it and then mounted a partition on top of it.
Casper Dik wrote:
> >We are facing a rather puzzling situation with one of our Solaris 2.6
> >Ultra-Sparc servers.
> >On the root partition we cannot account for 400+ megs space. Here are
> >the du and df outputs
> >bach# du -skd /
> >bach# df -lk /
> >Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
> >/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 962870 906826 55082 95% /
> >As you can see du reports 409708 KBytes used while
> >df reports 906826 Kbytes used.
> >Rebooting the server ("with -r") did not help. I would like to avoid a
> >rebuild of the root filesystem from scratch if at all possible. Any and
> >all ideas are most welcome.
> Check under mount points.
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