filesystem

The filesystem object can be used to inspect various aspects of mounted file systems, including the format of the file system. Here are some of the possible format types:affsext, ext2, ext2_oldhpfsisominix, minix_30, minix2, minix2_30 msdos ncpnfsprocsmbxenixsysv4, sysv2cohufsxia

Version Platforms
8.0.584.0 AIX, HP-UX, Red Hat, SUSE, Solaris
8.1.535.0 Debian, Ubuntu

Creation

drive : filesystem
drive <string> : filesystem
drive of <device file> : filesystem
drive of <fifo file> : filesystem
drive of <file> : filesystem
drive of <folder> : filesystem
drive of <socket file> : filesystem
filesystem : filesystem
filesystem <string> : filesystem
filesystem of <device file> : filesystem
filesystem of <fifo file> : filesystem
filesystem of <file> : filesystem
filesystem of <folder> : filesystem
filesystem of <socket file> : filesystem

Properties

block size of <filesystem> : integer
device name of <filesystem> : string
file count of <filesystem> : integer
filesystem type of <filesystem> : string
free file count of <filesystem> : integer
free percent of <filesystem> : integer
free space of <filesystem> : integer
fstype of <filesystem> : string
logical volume of <filesystem> : logical volume
mount option of <filesystem> : string
mount point of <filesystem> : string
name of <filesystem> : string
size of <filesystem> : integer
total space of <filesystem> : integer
type of <filesystem> : string
used file count of <filesystem> : integer
used percent of <filesystem> : integer
used space of <filesystem> : integer
uuid of <filesystem> : string
volume of <filesystem> : string