After upgrading to v. 9 (Mac 10.6.8) I noticed that the columns for media sets (all of mine are the 'disk' type) are incorrect:
Used = Used
Free = Assigned Capacity (i.e. the 'Use at most...' setting when making/editing a disk set) OR some completely different number
Capacity = Used + Free (obviously, but since Free is wrong, it is wrong as well)
Capacity should be the assigned capacity for the set, like as it was displayed in v. 8. This led to apparent large capacity jump across all of my media sets (which did look nice at first). I have each set on a drive figured to the GB of what they are allowed to use, in disk space. So, this error throws off my notification for media sets that are an incorrectly-allocated size or in need of a manual grooming.
The media set columns show up in several places in the admin console (like when manually running a script), and they are incorrect in those places as well (beyond the general Media Sets panel).
I don't have any other type of sets, so I haven't seen this error other than for disk sets.
Here's an example of the funkiness: Hard drive with total formatted capacity of 319.73 GB (Retrospect thinks its capacity is 297.8) with only two media sets assigned to use no more than 148 GB each (50% of drive)
Media Set A shows: Used=146.5 GB, Free=113.4 GB, Capacity=259.9 GB
Media Set B shows: Used=38.2 GB, Free=112.9 GB, Capacity=151.1 GB
The Used numbers are more or less correct at 184.7 GB (though Disk Utility shows 198.45 GB) but what's with the Free and Capacity numbers? Set B is close, but Set A is certainly not.
Is anyone else seeing this? Shouldn't Capacity be the assigned 'Use at most...' number or percentage for a given disk set? BTW, changing the 'Use at most...' setting doesn't affect the column calculations at all (odd, I think).