Apologies for the vague nature of the question...
If I have a badly configured disk partition scheme on
my computer (see below) how is this likely affect
system performance? Say, how would it affect a web
servers ability to serve webpages?
Filesystem 1024-blocks Free %Used Iused
%Iused Mounted on
/dev/hd4 16384 1356 92% 1086
/dev/hd2 786432 80416 90% 22118
/dev/hd9var 16384 13700 17% 240
/dev/hd3 16384 10876 34% 209
/dev/hd1 8192 2424 71% 483
/dev/lv21 1769472 826352 54% 8213
/dev/lv22 2621440 1537892 42% 11282
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