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 df -v versus df -vf

Why would a df -v report usage greater than df -vf would?

# df -v
Mount Dir  Filesystem              blocks      used      free   %used
/          /dev/root               470978    466828      4150   100%

# df -vf
Mount Dir  Filesystem              blocks      used      free   %used
/          /dev/root               470978    408284     62694    87%

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 Sat, 22 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT   
 df -v versus df -vf

Run man df on your unknown operating system.
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 Sat, 22 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT   
 df -v versus df -vf

Mine are a bit different as well, eh?

ptycity:/tmp > df -v
Mount Dir  Filesystem              blocks      used      free   %used
/          /dev/root              8167402   2379090   5788312    30%
/stand     /dev/boot                30720     15108     15612    50%
ptycity:/tmp > df -vf
Mount Dir  Filesystem              blocks      used      free   %used
/          /dev/root              8167402   2378600   5788802    30%
/stand     /dev/boot                30720     15108     15612    50%

Go figger!

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 Sat, 22 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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