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If I do a full backup of a virgin machine running Solaris 9, what would the file size be?
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Depends on what Distribution type you have installed, ie: End User, Developer, Core etc.
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Tintin is correct, it depends on how the OS installed. you can type in the following
command to find out the disk usage of each filesystem:

df -kl

output in KBs, "man df" to learn more details.
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or if you have Solaris >=9

df -h
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You can use du -ks
cd /filesystem
du -ks

 make "man du"



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