CentOS6 Davfs2 Shows Invalid Free/total Storage Capacity

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I have a CentOS6 VM with davfs2 where I mount WebDAV Shares;
one I have at a storage hoster and one I configured myself on a virtual server I rented on a hoster;
why does ‘df’ always show the same value for capacity

[root@CentOS6-vm ~]# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda3 11249272 7074512 3596664 67% /
tmpfs 393264 0 393264 0% /dev/shm
/dev/sda1 218039 79340 127231 39% /boot https://webdav.hidrive.strato.com/
26666664 13333332 13333332 50% /mnt/hidrive https://myserver.example.com/webdav/
26666664 13333332 13333332 50% /mnt/webdav

the capacity of the hidrive is 5 GB and of mine abount 10 GB … several time ago I had a hoster, where the correct values where shown, so this seems that this is a server setting, but how/where, I’m just doing this on my server (CentOS with default Apache RPM):

DavLockDB /var/lib/dav/DavLock

Alias /webdav/ “/var/www/webdav/”

AllowOverride None
Options +Indexes
Dav On

AuthType Basic
AuthName “WebDAV”
AuthUserFile /var/www/passwrds
Require User walter

are there any settings I can do on server side or can I do something on client side, be shown correct values …

Thanks, Walter