Listing File System

Abdul Salam abdul at netsite.co.uk
Mon Mar 17 10:09:51 GMT 2003


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Hi ..

I am relatively new to FreeBSD, so forgive me is this is a very basic =
question. I have two physical hard disks and 3 logical partitions (Other =
than default partitions) on my server. But, I want to list all logical =
partitions with some summary (Like used and un-used space). I remember =
there were a command like "dfspace" in HP SVR series systems to do just =
this. Is there any equivalent command in FreeBSD. I can list each disk =
by "fdisk" and "disklabel". But, is there any other command which lists =
all file systems (In all disks). Thanks for your help.

Thanks,

-Abdul



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there were a command like "dfspace" in HP SVR series systems to do just =
this. Is=20
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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Thanks,</FONT></DIV>
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