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satimis
Hi folks,


On Linux World,

$ fdisk -l
displaying all partitions of a HD

$ df -h
displaying all partitions with size and use


What will be the equivalent command on OBSD?  TIA


B.R.
Stephen

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Re: About commands

scorch-2
Stephen Liu wrote:

 > What will be the equivalent command on OBSD?  TIA

i suggest you bone up on the first 3 links at
http://www.xs4all.nl/~hanb/documents/topic.html before posting again.

RTFM, STFW .... would be the standard answer round here. or maybe we
have more time free than you have? are you even in front of a keyboard?

> On Linux World,
>
> $ fdisk -l
> displaying all partitions of a HD
$ fdisk -l

fdisk: unknown option -- l
usage: fdisk [-ieu] [-c cylinders -h heads -s sectors] [-f mbrfile] device
         -i: initialize disk with virgin MBR
         -u: update MBR code, preserve partition table
         -e: edit MBRs on disk interactively
         -f: specify non-standard MBR template
         -chs: specify disk geometry
`disk' may be of the forms: sd0 or /dev/rsd0c.

$ sudo fdisk wd0
Disk: wd0       geometry: 2480/255/63 [39841200 Sectors]
Offset: 0       Signature: 0xAA55
          Starting       Ending       LBA Info:
  #: id    C   H  S -    C   H  S [       start:      size   ]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  0: 00    0   0  0 -    0   0  0 [           0:           0 ] unused
  1: 00    0   0  0 -    0   0  0 [           0:           0 ] unused
  2: 00    0   0  0 -    0   0  0 [           0:           0 ] unused
*3: A6    0   1  1 - 2479 254 63 [          63:    39841137 ] OpenBSD

NB disklabel will be more use to you probably.

> $ df -h
> displaying all partitions with size and use

$ df -h
Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity iused   ifree  %iused
Mounted on
/dev/wd0a     1006M    292M    664M    31%    4871  139383     3%   /
/dev/wd0d      5.9G    3.5G    2.1G    63%  264441  539269    33%   /usr
/dev/wd0e      5.9G    2.8G    2.8G    49%   14292  789418     2%   /var
/dev/wd0g      3.9G    2.0K    3.7G     0%       1  535805     0%   /tmp
/dev/wd1a      113G   18.7G   88.4G    17%   12521 14969493     0%   /vicepa
/dev/xfs0     10.6G      0B   10.6G     0%       0    4711     0%   /afs

you really are lazy.

scorch
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Re: About commands

Matt Rowley
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> $ fdisk -l
> displaying all partitions of a HD

man disklabel.

> $ df -h
> displaying all partitions with size and use

man df.

Not to be pedantic, but df displays mounted filesystems, not "all
partitions."

cheers,
Matt