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INNDF(8)										 INNDF(8)

       inndf - Replacement for 'df | awk' in innwatch.ctl

       inndf [ -i ] filesystem(s) | [ -n ] [ -o ]

       Inndf  is  a  replacement  for 'df | awk' in innwatch.ctl(5) or used in innstat(8).  Inndf
       reports free Kilobytes (not disk blocks) or free inodes.  Kilobytes  in	this  case  means
       1024 bytes.

       If  arguments  are multiply specified, the output includes multiple lines which shows each
       specified argument and the value.  This is used by innstat(8).

       Inndf doesn't sync, forks less, is less complicated, etc.

       If <enableoverview in inn.conf> is set to ``true'' and other overview settings are already
       done, inndf can also show the usage of overview space or the number of stored data.

       -i     If  the ``-i'' flag is used, then the number of free inodes are reported instead of
	      the number of free Kilobytes.

       -n     If the ``-n'' flag is used, then total number of stored overview data is	reported.
	      The number counts different data even if article is crossposted.

       -o     If  the  ``-o'' flag is used, then overview space usage are reported as percentage.
	      ``-o'' cannot be always available.   This  can  be  available  for  ``buffindexed''
	      ovmethod currently.

       Inndf was written by Ian Dickinson <idickins@fore.com>.	The initial manual page was writ-
       ten by Swa Frantzen <Swa.Frantzen@Belgium.EU.net>.  Thanks also to the following folks for
       ports,	patches   and	comments:  Mahesh  Ramachandran  <rr@eel.ufl.edu>,  Chuck  Swiger
       <chuck@its.com>, Sang-yong Suh <sysuh@kigam.re.kr>, Brad  Dickey  <bdickey@haverford.edu>,
       Taso  N.  Devetzis  <devetzis@snet.net>,  Wei-Yeh  Lee  <weiyeh@columbia.edu>, Jeff Garzik
       <jeff.garzik@spinne.com>, and to all the other folks I met and worked with  during  my  10
       years as a newsadmin.


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