report number of free disk blocks and i-nodes for s5 file systems
df [-F s5] [generic_options] [-f] [directory . . . | special . . .]
are options supported by the generic df command.
The df command prints out the number of free blocks and free i-nodes
in s5 file systems or directories
by examining the counts kept in the super-blocks.
The special device name (for example, /dev/dsk/*, where
the value of * is machine-dependent)
or mount point directory name (for example, /mnt) must be specified.
If directory is specified,
the report presents information for the device that contains the directory.
Specifies the s5-FSType.
File system types can be autodetected so in principle this option
is no longer required. However, df executes faster if
the file system type is specifed rather than having to be autodetected.
An actual count of the blocks in the free list is made,
rather than taking the figure from the super-block.
The -f option can be used with the -t, -b, and -e options.
The -k option overrides the -f option.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004