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# 1  
Old 08-29-2013
Lightbulb Need script to monitor "ALL" Disk Spaces

Hi,

I have searched the forum and found that there are many scripts that need the path i.e. /tmp, /opt, /var etc to be provided or hard coded for it to calculate the disk space free percentage.

What i need is a script that shows the free disk space for all partitions on my HPUX itanium server.

expected output:

Quote:
/etc/vx/cbr/bk (/dev/vg00/cbr ) : 15 % free
/home (/dev/vg00/home ) : 81 % free
/opt/app/ndm (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/ndm) : 11 % free
/opt (/dev/vg00/opt ) : 78 % free
/tmp (/dev/vg00/tmp ) : 55 % free
Current output for df -k looks something like this:
Quote:
/opt (/dev/vg00/opt ) : 9272729 total allocated Kb
2108779 free allocated Kb
7163950 used allocated Kb
78 % allocation used
/tmp (/dev/vg00/tmp ) : 963640 total allocated Kb
917454 free allocated Kb
46186 used allocated Kb
5 % allocation used
/usr/local/EMC (/dev/vg00/emc ) : 769081 total allocated Kb
751900 free allocated Kb
17181 used allocated Kb
3 % allocation used
Can you please help ?

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Last edited by DukeNuke2; 08-29-2013 at 07:03 AM..
# 2  
Old 08-29-2013
Hello,

Could you please use the following code with
Code:
 awk

.
I am in AIX server but you can use
Code:
 awk

to find out only free space. Here is an example for same.


Code:
$ df -kP | awk '{print$3}'

Output will be as follows.
Code:
 
Used
112736
4233904
193776
35380




Thanks,
R. Singh
# 3  
Old 08-29-2013
Code:
df -k | awk -F":" '/^\//{a=a$1" : ";next} /%/ {a=a$1"\n"} END{print a}' | awk '(NF>0){$5=100-$5; $7="free"; $8=""} 1'

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# 4  
Old 08-29-2013
Hammer & Screwdriver

Quote:
Originally Posted by krishmaths
Code:
df -k | awk -F":" '/^\//{a=a$1" : ";next} /%/ {a=a$1"\n"} END{print a}' | awk '(NF>0){$5=100-$5; $7="free"; $8=""} 1'


It works for most but does not work for some. Please see my output below.

Code:
/opt/app/optier (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/optier) : 4 100 allocation free
/dev/odm (/dev/odm ) : 100 % free
/etc/vx/cbr/bk (/dev/vg00/cbr ) : 95 % free
/home (/dev/vg00/home ) : 19 % free
/opt/app/d1grn1m1/app1/bea (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1bea/bea) : 31 100 allocation free
/opt/app/d1grn1m1/app1 (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/app1) : 12 100 allocation free
/opt/app/ndm (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/ndm) : 11 100 allocation free
/opt (/dev/vg00/opt ) : 22 % free
/tmp (/dev/vg00/tmp ) : 95 % free
/usr/local/EMC (/dev/vg00/emc ) : 97 % free
/usr/local/opt/introscope (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1intro/introscope) : 10 100 allocation free
/usr/localcw/opt/patrol (/dev/vg00/patrol ) : 68 % free
/usr/localcw (/dev/vg00/localcw ) : 77 % free
/usr (/dev/vg00/usr ) : 33 % free
/var/adm/crash (/dev/vg00/crash ) : 99 % free
/var/adm/sw (/dev/vg00/sw ) : 41 % free
/var (/dev/vg00/var ) : 87 % free
/stand (/dev/vg00/stand ) : 54 % free
/ (/dev/vg00/root ) : 69 % free

The BOLD does not show percentages. Can you please explain and help fix?
# 5  
Old 08-29-2013
Mohtashims,

>> What i need is a script that shows the free disk space for all partitions on my HPUX itanium server.

- Why not use bdf or bdfmegs to make things easier.


check this out:
bdfmegs ver 5.0 - HP Enterprise Business Community
# 6  
Old 08-30-2013
Quote:
Originally Posted by mohtashims
It works for most but does not work for some. Please see my output below.

Code:
/opt/app/optier (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/optier) : 4 100 allocation free
/dev/odm (/dev/odm ) : 100 % free
/etc/vx/cbr/bk (/dev/vg00/cbr ) : 95 % free
/home (/dev/vg00/home ) : 19 % free
/opt/app/d1grn1m1/app1/bea (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1bea/bea) : 31 100 allocation free
/opt/app/d1grn1m1/app1 (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/app1) : 12 100 allocation free
/opt/app/ndm (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1app1/ndm) : 11 100 allocation free
/opt (/dev/vg00/opt ) : 22 % free
/tmp (/dev/vg00/tmp ) : 95 % free
/usr/local/EMC (/dev/vg00/emc ) : 97 % free
/usr/local/opt/introscope (/dev/vx/dsk/dgd1grn1m1intro/introscope) : 10 100 allocation free
/usr/localcw/opt/patrol (/dev/vg00/patrol ) : 68 % free
/usr/localcw (/dev/vg00/localcw ) : 77 % free
/usr (/dev/vg00/usr ) : 33 % free
/var/adm/crash (/dev/vg00/crash ) : 99 % free
/var/adm/sw (/dev/vg00/sw ) : 41 % free
/var (/dev/vg00/var ) : 87 % free
/stand (/dev/vg00/stand ) : 54 % free
/ (/dev/vg00/root ) : 69 % free

The BOLD does not show percentages. Can you please explain and help fix?
When I see the difference between the BOLDed output lines and correct output lines, the difference is that the mount point having a space before ")" gives correct output. The space is important for awk command to interpret positional arguments properly. To fix this, let us insert a blank space before ")" so that the BOLDed output lines get fixed. Please use below command.

Code:
df -k | awk -F":" '/^\//{sub(/)/," )");a=a$1" : ";next} /%/ {a=a$1"\n"} END{print a}' | awk '(NF>0){$5=100-$5; $7="free"; $8=""} 1'


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