Atkins, Dwane P wrote:
> Can someone explain what each of these are:
> Filesystem 512-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
> /dev/md0c 21758 21086 672 97% /
> procfs 8 8 0 100% /proc
> /dev/fd0 2849 50 2799 2% /cf
> I was assuming that /dev/md0c, which is now 97% full, was memory and
> that /dev/fd0 was the compact flash. What would the /cf be then?
My mistake... The cf card is mounted, but the image on the cf card is
not. Nothing is written to the cf other than the dyndns cache and the
config. Root is all in the ram disk, which is 11 meg, no mater what ram
or hard drive you have. And all my system on the 1.2x core run at
93%... There was much talk of expanding it, but some people with 16 meg
CF devices had trouble with 16 meg images. (16 meg binary != 16 meg
marketing) The point I was making is that with a 1 gig cf card, he
would still be 93% full. Sorry for being unclear, and yes it is confusing!