On Thu, 2006-03-16 at 22:15 -0500, Sam Varshavchik wrote: > > [root linux root]# df -h > > Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on > > /dev/sda3 4.0G 289M 3.5G 8% / > > /dev/sda9 6.6G 1.9G 4.5G 30% /apps > > /dev/sda1 250M 45M 193M 19% /boot > > /dev/sda6 5.0G 1.7G 3.1G 36% /home > > none 1.3G 0 1.3G 0% /dev/shm > > /dev/sda8 2.0G 83M 1.8G 5% /tmp > > /dev/sda7 4.0G 3.1G 712M 82% /usr > > /dev/sda5 6.9G 157M 6.4G 3% /var > > The above adds up to about 30 gig. There are no RAID volumes. RAID volumes > would show up as /dev/md?? filesystems. Hardware RAID controllers will present the array as single SCSI disc, looking just like the above. To find out whether a RAID controller or an ordinary SCSI controller is used the file /var/log/dmesg can be consulted. It usually also talks about the type of RAID, and the size of the disk(s). Cheers Steffen.
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