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    • I'd give a gajillion dollars to, even partially, understand what the heck y'all are talkin' about.  ACK!  I knew I should've taken a foreign language in school <grin>.
    • For comparison, here is a different BackupPC server, running Debian, which has been reporting correctly:       [email protected]:~# pydf Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/dm-0 1802G 123G 1596G 6.8 [##.................................] / /dev/sda1 235M 33M 190M 13.9 [#####..............................] /boot     So it seems I've been elbow deep into the FreeBSD port, and will in time learn who the python script is getting their info from, and get it updated. Considering the following from the BSD box running df:   [email protected]:~ # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on zroot/ROOT/default 445G 284G 160G 64% / devfs 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev zroot/tmp 160G 120K 160G 0% /tmp zroot/usr/home 160G 144K 160G 0% /usr/home zroot/usr/ports 162G 1.1G 160G 1% /usr/ports zroot/usr/src 160G 88K 160G 0% /usr/src zroot/var/audit 160G 88K 160G 0% /var/audit zroot/var/crash 160G 88K 160G 0% /var/crash zroot/var/log 160G 480K 160G 0% /var/log zroot/var/mail 160G 128K 160G 0% /var/mail zroot/var/tmp 160G 96K 160G 0% /var/tmp zroot 160G 88K 160G 0% /zroot zroot/usr/vmtest 160G 88K 160G 0% /usr/vmtest  
    • The question might be, what is the multiplier here, and where is it coming from, certainly not from the pydfrc file
    • FreeBSD 11.1 pydf reporting interesting disk usage. Anyone see anything at all /maybe-not so much here?  {almost a litmus test} as in "Alex, I'll take what I would like to see rather than what I should see" for 500   [email protected]:~ # pydf Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on zroot/ROOT/default 111T 71T 40T 63.8 [####################............] / devfs 1024B 1024B 0 100.0 [################################] /dev zroot/tmp 40T 30M 40T 0.0 [................................] /tmp zroot/usr/home 40T 36M 40T 0.0 [................................] /usr/home zroot/usr/ports 40T 281G 40T 0.7 [................................] /usr/ports zroot/usr/src 40T 22M 40T 0.0 [................................] /usr/src zroot/var/audit 40T 22M 40T 0.0 [................................] /var/audit zroot/var/crash 40T 22M 40T 0.0 [................................] /var/crash zroot/var/log 40T 114M 40T 0.0 [................................] /var/log zroot/var/mail 40T 31M 40T 0.0 [................................] /var/mail zroot/var/tmp 40T 24M 40T 0.0 [................................] /var/tmp zroot 40T 22M 40T 0.0 [................................] /zroot  
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