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df

df [options ] [name ]

Report the number of free disk blocks and inodes available on all mounted filesystems or on the given name . (Unmounted filesystems are checked with -F .) name can be a device name (e.g., /dev/dsk/0s9 ), the directory name of a mount point (e.g., /usr ), a directory name, or a remote filesystem name (e.g., an NFS filesystem). Besides the options listed, there are additional options specific to different filesystem types or df modules.

Options

-a

Provide information about all filesystems, even ones usually marked in /etc/mnttab to be ignored. Solaris only.

-b

Print only the number of free kilobytes.

-e

Print only the number of free files.

-F type

Report on an unmounted filesystem specified by type . Available types can be seen in the file /etc/vfstab .

-g

Print the whole statvfs structure (overriding other print options).

-i

/usr/ucb/df only. Show the number of used and available inodes in a format similar to df -k .

-k

Print allocation in kilobytes (typically used without other options). This option produces output in the format traditionally used by the BSD version of df .

-l

Report only on local filesystems.

-n

Print only the filesystem type name; with no other arguments, -n lists the types for all mounted filesystems.

-o suboptions

Supply a comma-separated list of type -specific suboptions .

-t

Report total allocated space as well as free space.

-V

Echo command line but do not execute command.


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