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Base on the result below, can I say my Linux has around 262.7GB  disk space ? Thx

[root@as ~]# df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/IMSVA-Root1
                      9.7G  3.1G  6.2G  34% /
/dev/mapper/IMSVA-Spool
                       20G  173M   19G   1% /var/spool
/dev/mapper/IMSVA-Snapshot
                       30G  173M   28G   1% /snapshot
/dev/mapper/IMSVA-App_data
                      201G   11G  180G   6% /var/app_data
/dev/cciss/c0d0p1     122M   13M  104M  11% /boot
tmpfs                 2.0G  136K  2.0G   1% /dev/shm
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by:arnold
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What are you asking?

You do not have a single contiguous space if that is your question.
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Try this command

I hope you have not received any free space or unallocated space .

Try out below commands

fdisk -l

df -h --total
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Excluding snapshot, spool, boot and root fs, you have 201GB usable space, 11GB is used.
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Thx
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