script to monitor mount points on linux box

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Old 09-25-2009

Give me output of the command :
df -k

And also which mount point are you interested in monitoring..

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Your script says no Mount point is above 90% .. if you need a mail to check ... change the 90% in your script to 1% or less Smilie ... You will get a alert email ...

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Hi pani,

[ideasdb@voipdb2 ~]$ set -x
[ideasdb@voipdb2 ~]$ sh
+ sh
++ echo -ne '\033]0;ideasdb@voipdb2:~\007'


Prakash GR
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