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  • Cache pool btrfs disk space reporting incorrect

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    Hello team ,


    I have an odd situation with my box. I have a 4TB cache pool in RAID1 brts configured . The only file that I have on the entire disk is an 2.51TB disk image reported as 2.76TB in gui but anyways. Problem is that I created an 1TB another image and I was stunned that after 400Gb on this one the cache pool was full . I think I should still have a least 1TB disk space on this left. To mention that before creating and filling up the vm disk image I had around 1.2TB disk space left.No other share is using this pool, no hidden files no nothing. Even after deleting the file I have 442Gb disk space left in gui ,412GB in terminal 😑. Scrub reports no errors so I'm kind stuck. 


    The affected cache pool:



    Brtfs file system reporting:


    After scrubbing:



    Remaining file info:


    disk info:


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    12 minutes ago, CIURI said:

    , it's the physical drive I talk about

    Not sure what you mean, if see the link or run defrag.

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