By default the Extended-filesystem, more known as Ext2/4, reserves 5% of the filesystem blocks on the filesystem for privileged processes. It’s done to avoid filesystem fragmentation and to allow system daemons to continue to function correctly after non-privileged processes are prevented from writing to the filesystem due to a full filesystem.
Hello and welcome to my new home! You’re probably wondering about the new domain hunden.linuxkompis.se? Well. Just keep calm—nothing is happening to my little blog—there’s not going to be any Swedish content here. I do have a Swedish blog though, but that’s over at hund.linuxkompis.se.
I was cleaning up my configuration for ZSH the other day—which is probably a story for another time—it lead me to ‘break’ the font rendering by reverting it back to the defaults, which is if you ask me broken and hideous.