Unix Tip #4435- May 3, 2013


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CHECKING FOR FILESYSTEMS FULL


Many times we have a file
systems which is too full.
To quickly find out which
are the file system
We could use:

df -k|awk '{if ( $4 >= 90 ) print $4," " $7 }'


Check the fields on your
flavor, it may not be $4 or $7.
Yours could be different.

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