I checked both from a linux box using du
From: moloch at eircom.net [mailto:moloch at eircom.net]
Sent: 05 December 2002 14:52
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Re: NTFS is better than ext3?
looking at the properties on a file on a windows system it shows 2 size
values, file size and size on disk. not sure which one would be reported
here. have you checked what the windows machine itself reports?
On Thu, Dec 05, 2002 at 06:13:46AM -0800, Satelle, StevenX mentioned:
> The header says it all really. I synced to directories from an ext3
> partition to a win32 NTFS partition using samba. The directory size on
> is 3.6G and on windows the same directory is 3.4G and I'm fairly sure that
> everything was copied. Looking at another file I see the same thing.
> On linux:
> du -sh /home/apt-tar.gz
> 4.0k /home/apt-tar.gz
>> On Windows:
> du -sh /mnt/lapt/sys/upload/home/apt-tar.gz
> 2.0k /mnt/lapt/sys/upload/home/apt-tar.gz
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