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NAME

       pydf - report colourised filesystem disk space usage

SYNOPSIS

       pydf [options] [file]

DESCRIPTION

       pydf  is  a  python  script  that  displays  the  amount  of disk space
       available on the  mounted  filesystems,  using  different  colours  for
       different   types   of   filesystems.   Output   format  is  completely
       customizable.

       If an optional
              file argument is given, pydf  displays  just  information  about
              filesystem   containing   the  file(s),  otherwise  it  displays
              information about all mounted filesystems.

OPTIONS

       --help Show summary of options.

       -v, --version
              Show version of program.

       -a, --all
              include filesystems having 0 blocks

       -h, --human-readable
              print sizes in human readable format (e.g., 133K 2341M 2448G)

       -H, --si
              likewise, but use powers of 1000 not 1024

       --block-size=SIZE
              use SIZE-byte blocks

       -k, --kilobytes
              like --block-size=1024

       -i, --inodes
              show information about inodes instead of blocks

       -l, --local
              limit listing to local filesystems

       -m, --megabytes
              like --block-size=1048576

       -g, --gigabytes
              like --block-size=1073741824

       --blocks
              use filesystem native block size

       --bw   do not use colours

       --mounts=FILE
              file to get mount information from.   On  normal  linux  system,
              only  /etc/mtab  or  /proc/mounts  make sense.  Use /proc/mounts
              when /etc/mtab is corrupted or inaccessible (the output looks  a
              bit weird in this case though)

       -B, --show-binds
              Show also mount --bind mounted filesystems.

BUGS

       When  running  with  python3,  mountpoints with out-of-locale non ASCII
       names will not be displayed (due to  inability  of  os.statvfs  to  use
       bytes instead of strings).

FILES

       /etc/pydfrc
              main configuration file

       ~/.pydfrc
              per-user configuration file

SEE ALSO

       df(1)

AUTHOR

       Radovan GarabĂ­k <garabik@kassiopeia.juls.savba.sk>

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