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fdisk -l and gparted inconsistent on ubuntu jaunty

>>>>> "Laura" == Laura Conrad <sunny-O0WJhd4tT3hg9hUCZPvPmw at> writes:

    Laura> When I installed, I had gparted set up a 530G partition.  It
    Laura> thinks it did, and its name is /dev/sda6, and that 12 G of
    Laura> that is now full.  This is the kind of number I expect.

    Laura> But when I run df, I get that root is mounted on /dev/sda3,
    Laura> and fdisk -l and mount don't know anything at all about
    Laura> /dev/sda6.

Whatever the problem was, it seems to have gone away.  df and fdisk are
now both seeing /dev/sda6, and df reports it as only 2% full.

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