|-a||Show all (do not omit any file system).|
|-b||Do not show the graph bar.|
Choose color mode where WHEN is one of the following sub-option:
"always": Color will always be used, no matter what "stdout" is.
"auto": This is default when "-c" is not activated. Color is used only if "stdout" is a terminal. For instance, color will be disabled with this option if you pipe the output of dfc(1) into another command.
"never": Color will never be used.
|-d||Show used size.|
Allows you to export dfc(1) output to specified FORMAT.
FORMAT is one of the following:
"csv": Output as "comma separated value" file type. Example usage:
dfc -e csv > foo.csv
"html": Output is HTML formated. Example usage:
dfc -e html -Tadiso -c always > index.html
"tex": Output is TeX formated. Example usage:
dfc -e tex -c always > report.tex
"text": Text output (default).
|-f||Override auto-adjust behavior by forcing information to be displayed. This option can be useful when redirecting dfc(1) output.|
|-h||Show a short help text.|
|-i||Show information about inodes.|
|-l||Only show information about locally mount file systems.|
|-m||Use SI units (metric) (ie: size is computed using powers of 10 instead of powers of 2).|
|-n||Do not print header.|
|-o||Show mount options.|
Allows you to perform filtering on file system name. FSNAME can be anything.
For instance, if you want to see only file system which name starts with
"/dev", you would use the following:
dfc -p /dev
This will output only file systems which names are, for instance, "/dev/sda1", "/dev/root", "/dev", etc.
Multiple selection is supported. In this case, FSNAME needs to be a comma separated list (without spaces). For instance, if you want to filter "/dev" and "tmpfs", you would use the following:
dfc -p /dev,tmpfs
You can also use negative matching to filter the output. To do so, you just need to prepend a "-" to FSNAME. In the following example, dfc(1) will display all file system name except those mentioned:
dfc -p -proc,/dev/sdc,run
Allows you to sort the output based on SORTBY.
SORTBY can take one of those three values: "name", "type", "mount".
When using "name", the output is sorted by file system name. When using "type", the output is sorted by file system type. When using "mount", the output is sorted by mount points.
|-s||Sum the total usage.|
Allows you to perform filtering on file system type. FSTYPE could take any
known file system value. For instance, "ext4", "ufs", "tmpfs", "reiserfs", etc.
Multiple selection on file system is also possible. In this case, FSTYPE needs to be a comma separated list (without spaces). For instance, if you want to filter "ext4" and "tmpfs", you would use the following:
dfc -t ext4,tmpfs
You can also use negative matching to filter the output. To do so, you just need to prepend a "-" to FSTYPE. In the following example, dfc(1) will display all file system type except those mentioned:
dfc -t -rootfs,tmpfs
|-T||Show file system type.|
Show size using the unit specified. UNIT can take one of the following values:
NOTE: When using "-u" option along with "-m" option, those suboptions are replaced by their SI counterparts.
|-v||Print dfc(1) version and exit.|
|-w||Use a wider bar for the graph.|
|-W||Wide path name (avoid truncation of file name). May require a larger display.|
The configuration file is optional. It allows you to change dfc(1) default colors, values when colors change and graph symbol in text mode and modify colors used in html export.
If you want to use it, place it here:
If your operating system does not support XDG Base Directory Specification, it should then be placed here:
Or, last choice:
NOTE: The last two choices can be chosen only if your OS does not support XDG Base Directory Specification.
If you find one, please contact the author and explain what you encounter.
Robin Hahling <robin.hahlinggw-computing.net>
Copyright © 2012-2014 Robin Hahling
|version 3.0.5||DFC (1)||October 05, 2014|