Unix df not updating
[email protected] # lsof L1 COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NLINK NODE NAME tuned 777 root 7u REG 202,2 4096 0 8827610 /tmp/ffi JEo5nz (deleted) [email protected] # lsof | grep -i deleted tuned 777 root 7u REG 202,2 4096 0 8827610 /tmp/ffi JEo5nz (deleted) kill process.In case of application processes, you can refer application guides how to stop, start, restart its processes.If you have data written to the drive and mount another filesystem over it, linux correctly notes the disk usage even though you can't see the files under the mount point.If you have nfs mounts, try umounting them and looking to see if anything was accidentally written in those directories before the mount.Sometimes, application users are moving/deleting large log files and still wont be able to reclaim space on mount point.In this troubleshooting guide, I will walk you through steps which will help you to reclaim space on disk after deleting files.To find deleted files but are still in use by some process Additionally to what have been explained, the issue could be that there is a another mount point of the deleted file directory on another attached disk device on the same server. df displays the amount of disk space available on the file system containing each file name argument.
That's why you see 124G of 130G used, but zero available.
In this case either restart a process that is using the file or nullify the file.