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BDF Linux

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Kyle D. Harris
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BDF Linux

If anybody is familiar with the BDF command in HP-UX, what is the equivlant in RedHat? Thanks in advance.
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John Meissner
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Re: BDF Linux

df is the command equivalent

if you want the size in MB you can use

df -h

the h stands for human readable
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Balaji N
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Re: BDF Linux

df is your friend.

df -k is similar to bdf output.

and

df -h is what i prefer.

man df for more details.

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Steven E. Protter
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Re: BDF Linux

I'm attaching a script that works with bdf to produce output in megabytes.

For Linux, change the bdf references to df and it should work fine.

Attached.

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Caesar_3
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Re: BDF Linux

Hello!

Good question bdf is a barkley df
So it's df and work like bdf on hp
You can made alias bdf df and use bdf on linux

Caesar
Jordan Bean
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Re: BDF Linux

df -P produces identical output.
Khalid A. Al-Tayaran
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Re: BDF Linux


hi,

Adding to John, you have :

df -m (in megs)