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rbdf script

Sandeepbodkhe1
Occasional Contributor

rbdf script

Hi All,

 

do anybody knows about the rbdf script that is able to format the bdf output as well as it can list 

the file system depending upon the % of the usage specified.

for example : rbdf -P 80%   will list the  Filesystems  on or beyond 80% of usage.

 

I am in bad need for that script. really appricate if someone could share with me.

 

Regards,

 

Sandeep Bodkhe

2 REPLIES
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: rbdf script (bdfmegs)

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Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: rbdf script

Attached is the current version (6.2) 

To see only the filesystems that are more than 80% full:

 

bdfmegs -P 80

Also useful:

 

bdfmegs -v
bdfmegs -s
bdfmegs -c 6 
bdfmegs -?

bdfmegs willl never split a line into 2 pieces.

For scripting, use -q to turn off the headers.



Bill Hassell, sysadmin