From: Klavs Klavsen (kl_at_vsen.dk)
Date: Wed 27 Feb 2002 - 21:51:45 GMT
On Tue, 2002-02-26 at 16:15, John Lyons wrote:
> > However it seems a little off.. my skel server, which has a
> > bare minimum
> > of spaceusage, it says uses 325000K and that sounds like it's not
> > unified at all :-(
> If that's the only vserver on your system then there are no hard links to
> anything else so the figure is probably correct. Build another unified vs
> from the sekl and check it again.
it did changes something. The vdu output for the test server (share'ed)
and build from the skel is 178000K - about half of what the skel server
is, and the du -csh gives the same output (as it should :-)
As I read this, it means my skel server is not very much unified (only
about 70000K is unified), and this appearently went better when building
from the skel. Why is this?
How can I ensure that for instance all files except files under /etc and
/usr/local and /home are unified - and kept this way?
-- Regards, Klavs Klavsen
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