2006-11-15 10:57 pm (UTC)
2006-11-15 10:58 pm (UTC)
Someone just delete their porn?
2006-11-15 11:13 pm (UTC)
GOD DAMMIT! My pr0n! My precious pr0n!
That's some disk space there. Didn't even know that the kernel could address that much.
2006-11-15 11:09 pm (UTC)
As a block device, Linux can't (last time I heard?).
But the above is free disk space as reported by a filesystem, which is just a 64-bit value. So it depends on the remote side's ability to address that much.
In this case, the NFS server is just on crack.
But if the NFS server did have that much free disk space, there's no reason Linux couldn't address it over a network filesystem.
*shudders at the idea of NFS on crack*
2006-11-16 01:40 am (UTC)
Yeah, wtf? Good call. I didn't even think about it.
So, uh .... now I'm really curious what's going on. And that GNU "df" has that suffix known.
2006-11-16 03:21 am (UTC)
Uh, google? :)
Heh. I love the fact that the df -h actually has 65536Y. Someone planned ahead when they wrote df apparently!
2006-11-15 11:13 pm (UTC)
for realz. Made me go look it up.
2006-11-15 11:20 pm (UTC)
What's bigger that a yottabyte though? Can I go ahead and coin it as an "assload"-byte> you sir, have 65AB of disk space free...
Wow! Enough disk space to install Windows Vista twice!
but even then you can't run the MS ZUNE on it :P
Zune software is compatible with the following operating systems:
Windows XP Service Pack 2
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Update Rollup 2
Windows Vista is not supported at this time. Check back soon for updates.http://www.zune.net/en-US/meetzune/software/OS_not_supported.htm
Which looks like arse because they (and xbox.com, probably same guys) sniff the browser and only return CSS if it's IE or Firefox, but not Gecko - http://www.geckoisgecko.org/ dammit.
It would be far more impressive if you could find enough data to FILL said 65536 yottabytes (not to mention living long enough to fill them at current network transmission rates) :)
полная хуйня. я это утром смотрел, пошли к черту с такими видео))))
total bullshit and i wathched it this morning, damn all u with these kind of videos))))
Clearly you have 64 xentabytes of diskless space.
2006-11-16 01:45 am (UTC)
This disk space of 65,536 Yoda-bytes want you not...
Let say that you can buy 128GB disk for 1$ (LiveJournal needs a lot of disks so you have a big rebate)
One disk is: 128GB=2^7 * 2^30=2^37B
One YB is: 1Y = 2^80
One YB measured in $1 disks: 1Y/128GB=2^80/2^37=2^43=2^3*2^40= 8 Teradisks at $1 disk= 8T$
And you have 65563 times that.
So, congratulations, you are very rich person.
the first three times i looked at it i figured the string of numbers was an LJ formatting error o_O
then i figured it was GFS
then I realized thats like, football stadiums full of servers.
2006-11-25 12:01 am (UTC)
I used to be a kernel hacker at a company called YottaYotta (http://www.yottayotta.com/) that aimed to make yottabyte storage arrays. Apparently the name means drunk in Japanese. :)