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kdiskfree not showing mounts correctly

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I have a problem with kdiskfree.  For my local file systems, it shows a couple correctly as ext3 while others show ? as the type.

I also have several nfs mounts.  They all show ? for type; one of the mounts doesn't even appear on the list.  If I remove that mount and add again, it still doesn't show.  However, if I create a new mount, that shows, though ? as type instead of nfs.  Very strange.

Running CentOS 5.5.
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Compare the output with

df -hT

Could you show both outputs, please
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I've already done that.  Local file systems are all ext3; 6 mounts shows as nfs and I can access them.
df shows everything correctly.
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I have checked.  I did not find this particular bug but if you search for it, you would find that this particular utility is full of issues.

I think you should send your screenshots for bug report.
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fair enough...i'll search around for something else
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