Subject: new installation problems
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Chris Roger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/02/2000 01:52:12
I'm new to the list... and NetBSD.
Most of my experience has been with Linux, Solaris, SCO, HPUX...
I've got a Mac Quadra 700 with 20MB RAM, an internal 80MB disk
and an external 1.2GB disk and CDROM.
MacOS is on the internal disk and NetBSD is on the external disk.
The system boots fine.
I seem to be having some disk problems...
I have seperate /, /usr, and /var filesystems.
'df' shows messed-up size, used, avail, and % used data:
/dev/sd1a 1416221950 1415944796 -141345041 111% /
/dev/sd1g 1416414364 1415966862 -141193935 111% /usr
/dev/sd1d 1416306429 1415933786 -141258000 111% /var
kernfs 1 1 0 100% /kern
procfs 4 4 0 100% /proc
The system won't let me add any files to the filesystems, as it thinks
they are full.
I'm also getting messages about optimization being changed from
TIME to SPACE and from SPACE to TIME on the filesystems.
Any hints for these problems appreciated.
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Chris Roger, mailto:email@example.com
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