What does mean indode-sz from lsof output ?
>From my atsar output (debian system):
00:00:01 superb-sz inode-sz file-sz dquota-sz flock-sz
00:10:01 0/0 13298/3324 4544/90742 0/0 21/0
>From man atsar:
inode-sz The current and maximum occupation of the collection of
incore-inodes maintained by the kernel. One
entry is needed for every disk-file which is
currently open (at least once).
file-sz The current and maximum occupation of the collection of
open-file entries maintained by the kernel. One
entry is needed for every open-request for a
disk-file. So if one file is currently opened by five pro‐
cesses, one incore-inode entry is needed and five
Why the maximum ocuppation is lower than current ?
It is a format question (width of columns is lower than its
contents ) ?