sdf (sadm_df.sh)

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This is the SADMIN version of the ‘df’ command.

NAME

sdf (sadm_df.sh)
SADMIN customize ‘df’ command

SYNOPSIS

sdf (sadm_df.sh) [-d 0-9] [-h] [-n] [-t] [-v] 
$SADMIN/bin/sdf (sadm_df.sh) - v2.2
Posted 2021-06-13 - Updated 2021-06-13
Supported on Linux, Aix, MacOS
Can be executed on a client and on the SADMIN Server.

DESCRIPTION

This is the SADMIN version of the ‘df’ command.

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EXAMPLES

sdf output screen

Example with no temporary filesystem (option ‘-t’)

sdf -t output screen

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OPTIONS

Options Description
[ -d 0-9 ] Set debug level from 0 to 9 (Default is 0)
[ -h ] Display this help and exit.
[ -v ] Output version information and exit.
[ -t ] Exclude tmpfs filesystem from output
[ -n ] Exclude nfs filesystem from output

ENVIRONMENT

  • The “$SADMIN” environment variable must be defined and contains the root directory of the SADMIN tools (normally /opt/sadmin). It should be already done, the setup script have updated the ‘/etc/profile.d/sadmin.sh’ and the ‘/etc/environment’ files.
  • The SADMIN configuration file, is needed and loaded in memory at the beginning of every scripts. This file should already exist and contains your SADMIN configuration and preference setting.
  • For Shell script the Shell Library is used and for Python script the Python Library is used.

EXIT STATUS

Exit Code Description
0 An exit status of zero indicates success.
1 Failure is indicated by a nonzero value, typically ‘1’.

AUTHOR

Jacques Duplessis
Any suggestions or bug report can be submitted at the support page

Copyright © 2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later
This is free software, you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY to the extent permitted by law.

SEE ALSO

Link to … Description
sview Command line summary of alerts and failed scripts of all your servers.
How-to update SADMIN How-to update to latest version of SADMIN
sadmin.cfg SADMIN main configuration file
sdf SADMIN version of the ‘df’ command.
smon Allow you run SysMon and see the report file