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Many Thanks it worked but i want to understand how it is working.
Could you please explain
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Originally Posted by sv0081493
Many Thanks it worked but i want to understand how it is working.
Could you please explain
df -h | awk 'NF==1{f=$1;getline;$0=f FS $0} int($5) >=80 {print "CRITICAL\n" $1 " has reach " $5}' file


NF==1{f=$1;getline;$0=f FS $0} -> if the line has 1 field add the next line after the current line

int($5) >=80 {print "CRITICAL\n" $1 " has reach " $5} -> if field 5 >= 80 print the message

I hope this helps.
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