the cpool directory is completely empty.  ls -l returns 'total 0'.  The file system type is ext3 and only 1% of inodes are in use.

On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 9:23 PM, Les Mikesell <les@futuresource.com> wrote:
Brian Woodworth wrote:
> cpool and pc directories are on the same file system.  The only errors in
> the Xfer log is Device or Resource Busy (16) for some files.

Are files showing up at all in cpool?  What is the link count on files
you know are duplicated?  ls -l will show it, and it should be the
number of duplicates plus one for the hashed name under cpool.  Does the
file system type support hard links, and does it have free inodes (df -i)?

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