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du output shows less used space on source compared to destination after xcp copy/sync

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NetApp XCP


  • du -h output shows more used space on source compared to destination after XCP copy/sync
  • ls output shows the same file/folder size for source and destination
  • Performing a cp on the same data results in a match of the du and ls outputs for the data


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