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How can i get the filesystem information for linux ?

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I would like to know the function for getting filesystem information of linux( the information of superblock and cylinder group, the size of
 free inodes and blocks, etc) through some function of c language.

Which function can I use ? and how can i use the funtions ?

waiting for kindly answer.

Thanks and Best Regards,

BWLee
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Check out the *stat* system calls.. For eg., statfs, fstatfs, stat, lstat etc.
I believe these calls shoudl give you what you want.

Anand .K
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thanks, anandk.

I had test the function, statfs.

struct statfs buf;
int ret;

ret = statfs("/dev/hda1", &buf);

The value of ret was always -1.

what's the problem ?

bwleeul
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