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Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

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senthil_kumar_1
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Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Hi All,

I am using Redhat and Suse linuxs.

The df command is showing details in single line for some disks and double lines for some disks.

I want details in single line for all disks.

Pls refer the attachment.
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Shalom,

df is for file systems.

vgdisplay will show overall statistics for an entire volume group.

vgdisplay -v

Also for physical volumes

pvdisplay and pvdisplay -v

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Jeff_Traigle
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

"df -P" for straight POSIX format or "df -Ph" for human-readable format. See "man df". (I only have SLES, but I'm guessing it's the same on RH.)
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senthil_kumar_1
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Hi Jeff,

Thanks a lot !!!


It is working fine.
senthil_kumar_1
Super Advisor

Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Like the above command "df -Ph", what is the command used for HP Unix.
Steven E. Protter
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Shalom again,

I use df -kh

That is the most like HP-UX bdf.

I put this in .bashrc of my Linux machines.

alias bdf='df -kh'


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John Poff
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

The 'df -P' works in HP-UX, but it still lists the logical volume on a separate line from the rest of the information (at least it does on one of my boxes).

Hey SEP,

Isn't '-h' for human readable format and '-k' for 1K blocks? It looks like those would be exclusive of each other. When I do a 'df -kh' on my Linux, the output is the same as a 'df -k', and a 'df -hk' is the same as 'df -h'.

It looks like it takes which one comes first and ignores the second one.

JP
Sivakumar MJ._1
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

Senthil, Check the link..

http://ss64.com/bash/df.html
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prisca3
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Re: Output of "df" command in single line for each disks in linux

try 'bdf' command