Re: 33 MB used on a empty partition?
On Fri, 07 Jan 2005 22:09:39 +0000, Joao Clemente <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Rabin Vincent wrote:
> > On Fri, 07 Jan 2005 19:18:47 +0000, Joao Clemente <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>What tool can I use to find out the filesystem details? The partition
> >>sizes we can find out with fdisk, cfdisk, or whatever... but how do we
> >>check the "what filesystem, what blocksize, what journal size", ...?
> > Running dump2efs on the partition will give you, among other
> > information, the block size and the journal inode. Then run debugfs on
> > the partition, and use the command: "stat <i>", replacing i with the
> > inode of the journal. This will give you the blockcount. Multiply this
> > blockcount by the block size to get the journal size in bytes.
> Hmmm... too messy for what I was asking... Isnt't there a simple tool
> that shows something like
> /dev/hda1 : ext2, 1024byte/block,
> /dev/hda2 : ext3, 2048byte/block, 10Mb journal <journal specific stuff
> like ... journal "sync" period time>
> /dev/hda3 : vfat, ...
> even if we call it one by one (show_fs /dev/hda1, show_fs /dev/hda2,..)?
> dumpe2fs seems to show information similar to "tune2fs -l" ... I think
> it shows most of the information I would like to find, altough we're
> alredy assuming this is a ext2/ext3 filesystem...
> And, now that we're talking about filesystems, maybe someone can
> enlighten me on one other related thing: I usually use "noatime" in my
> fstab options, and AFAIK this will prevent the system from updating a
> "last accessed time" from a file. So... there is must be a way to know
> this "last accessed time" ... wich tool is it?