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How may we sayl the amount of free disk space left on a volume
in hp unix
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by:Papertrip
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df will show you disk usage stats.
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As it's HP-UX, I'd use `bdf`

`df` works, but the format isn't as easy to read
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by:hossamshaaban
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bdf -l
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by:balasundaram_s
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df & bdf works at filesystem level, if you mean physical volume, then it is

# pvdisplay    OR   # vgdisplay commands, if LVM in use.


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