[Samba] Free space calculation gets it wrong
Thomas M. Skeren III
tms3 at fskklaw.com
Wed Jan 19 13:33:48 GMT 2005
Alexander Skwar wrote:
>Thomas M. Skeren III schrieb:
>> I don't think Windows
>>can understand how a directory on a "drive" can be larger than the
>On Windows XP (and 2000?), you can "mount"
Well not really. The drive must be "Dynamic" . This is something I have
not looked fully into, but it is not a traditional partitoning thing.
Also, I'm not certain that mapping \\server\c in your example below
would change anything from the remote computers' view.
a local drive in a
>directory. This means, that C:\Appl can be a complete partition.
>Suppose that the partition holding C:\ is 2GiB small. Suppose
>that a new partition has 50GiB left. If you mount that new
>partition in C:\Appl, you've got the situation that the
>directory C:\Appl is larger than the drive holding C:.
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