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df-a/ Get-NaAggr Output Differences

Why is there a difference in the kbytes in df -A and Get-NaAggr?

df -A
Aggregate               kbytes       used      avail capacity
aggr1               14525533004 14016688968  508844036      96%
aggr1/.snapshot      764501736          0  764501736       0%
aggr4               12241324100 4992139740 7249184360      41%
aggr4/.snapshot      644280212          0  644280212       0%
aggr5               12241324100 10214288224 2027035876      83%
aggr5/.snapshot      644280212    1789404  642490808       0%

[PS] C:\_scripts>Get-NaAggr

BlockType                   :
ChecksumStatus              : active
ChecksumStyle               : block
DiskCount                   : 71
FilesTotal                  : 31142
FilesUsed                   : 146
IsChecksumEnabled           : True
IsInconsistent              : False
IsSnaplock                  : False
MirrorStatus                : unmirrored
Name                        : aggr1
PlexCount                   : 1
Plexes                      : {/aggr1/plex0}
RaidSize                    : 16
RaidStatus                  : raid_dp
SizeAvailable               : 559047012352
SizePercentageUsed          : 96
SizeTotal                   : 14874145796096
SizeUsed                    : 14315098783744
SnaplockType                :
State                       : online
Type                        : aggr
Uuid                        : 0b00a950-664a-11df-aefe-00a0980fc3be
VolumeCount                 : 1
Volumes                     : {vol1}
SizePercentageUsedSpecified : True

Re: df-a/ Get-NaAggr Output Differences

ah, just saw another discussion bits, bytes... got it...

Re: df-a/ Get-NaAggr Output Differences

The difference is kbytes vs. bytes.  DOT Powershell toolkit returns values in bytes.  "df" returns values in kbytes.