I have created an Samba share of a NFS mounted directory.

When doing ls using smbclient on the share /somedir I get the following:

58903 blocks of size 524288. 8390 blocks available

and on /another/dir:

37544 blocks of size 524288. 5786 blocks available

When doing the command

df -K 524288

on the Linux-system I get the following:

Filesystem 512K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
10.2.3.4:/some/dir 471230 399317 67126 86% /some/dir
/dev/hda6 37545 29851 5787 84% /another/dir

You can see the significant difference in both total and available blocks
for the NFS mounted directory - but there is only one block difference for
the local partition.

Anyone know why?

And maybe even know how to solve it too?

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