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Old 03-28-2006, 05:35 PM   #1
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Samba displaying incorrect disk capacity on windows clients...

Hi everyone. My samba server appears to be displaying the incorrect disk capacity(always the same amount free and used) on the windows clients. They seem to only show 10Gb free and and not the correct capacity of about 100Gb free. I've read a bit about quotas but they are not on as far as I know....But I will investigate.

I have transferred to the server over 100Gb already via a windows client. I have also Checked KDiskfree to make sure I didn't incorrectly partition the drives.....

Any ideas?

Samba 3.020
Mandriva 2006.
RAID Mirror 2x250Gb 1x80Gb SATA

Old 03-30-2006, 08:24 PM   #2
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Bumping this one.
I've been looking around and I have found a util called 'dfree' which can be used for alternative volume capacity display system but don't know how to use it....

Any ideas?



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