|Subject:||Re: Hi, I'm intereted in XFS filesystem.. i have a question|
|From:||Linda Walsh <xfs@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Jul 2013 00:55:11 -0700|
I want to see free space blocks or none-allocation blocks. I can't find program in XFSprogs package.
--- You should be able to use the standard linux utils for those -- xfsprogs are only for things that are xfs specific, but "df" tells you free space & used. The "du" command will showyou how many blocks are really used in a block. ... etc. ' That's a benefit of the OS kernel. If you want more technical details, you can try the xfs tool "xfs_info with -o,ro. That shows you # blocks total.
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