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The numbers du gives are cumulative. I.e. it's the space taken up by everything in the directory plus everything underneath the directory. The number for / therefore is how much space all the files on the filesystem are taking. If you don't want cumulative numbers, you can use du -S.
First of, df reports file system disk space usage. That is, it displays the total size, the used and available space for each of your mounted partitions. df is the default behavior, without arguments. Sizes are given in 1K-blocks (that is, 1024 bytes). Local filesystems (i.e., on hard drives on the present machine) as well as remote filesystems (e.g., ...
You're using data raid0, which means striped without parity. Once you fill ANY disk in a raid0 array, the array is full because you no longer have room on that disk to write its piece of a stripe. That ~3TB device is just too much larger than the other devices you have to make full use of it in a btrfs-raid0 practical. To try to force the system to use the ...
You can move the Windows /dev/sda2 partition to the left, from one of your installations or the live disk. You may want to do this from a Windows disk manager if it has the Windows bootloader in. Then you can expand /dev/sda3 and then the /dev/sda5 to the left from the live disk.
If parttiton C is a logical drive and Ubuntu and Windows are on different filesystems/partitions then just Format Windows and resize Ubuntu from a different OS than Ubuntu (you can use a live linux burnt to usb for example) Update: I assume dev/sda5 is Windows and /dev/sda12 is Ubuntu.If something else then the steps to od are the same anyway. So format ...
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