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The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Forum Update: Disabled Home Page Forum Statistics for Guests (Not Registered) Post 302941095 by Neo on Monday 13th of April 2015 06:39:19 AM
Old 04-13-2015
Forum Update: Disabled Home Page Forum Statistics for Guests (Not Registered)

Just a quick update; to speed up the forums, I have disabled the forum statistics on the home page for non registered users.

No changes for registered users.
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Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		    Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage(3pm)

Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage - Collect linux disk usage. SYNOPSIS
use Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage; my $lxs = new Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage; my $stat = $lxs->get; DESCRIPTION
Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage gathers the disk usage with the command "df". For more information read the documentation of the front-end module Sys::Statistics::Linux. DISK USAGE INFORMATIONS
Generated by /bin/df -kP. total - The total size of the disk. usage - The used disk space in kilobytes. free - The free disk space in kilobytes. usageper - The used disk space in percent. mountpoint - The moint point of the disk. GLOBAL VARS If you want to change the path or arguments for "df" you can use the following variables... $Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage::DF_PATH = '/bin'; $Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage::DF_CMD = 'df -akP'; Example: use Sys::Statistics::Linux; use Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage; $Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage::DF_CMD = 'df -akP'; my $sys = Sys::Statistics::Linux->new(diskusage => 1); my $disk = $sys->get; METHODS
new() Call "new()" to create a new object. my $lxs = Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage->new; It's possible to set the path to df. Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage->new( cmd => { # This is the default path => '/bin', df => 'df -kP 2>/dev/null', } ); get() Call "get()" to get the statistics. "get()" returns the statistics as a hash reference. my $stat = $lxs->get; EXPORTS
No exports. SEE ALSO
Please report all bugs to <jschulz.cpan(at)>. AUTHOR
Jonny Schulz <jschulz.cpan(at)>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2006, 2007 by Jonny Schulz. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-09 Sys::Statistics::Linux::DiskUsage(3pm)

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