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NAME

       snmpdf - display disk space usage on a network entity via SNMP

SYNOPSIS

       snmpdf [COMMON OPTIONS] [-Cu] AGENT

DESCRIPTION

       snmpdf  is simply a networked verison of the typical df command.  It checks the disk space
       on the remote machine by examining the HOST-RESOURCES-MIB's  hrStorageTable  or  the  UCD-
       SNMP-MIB's dskTable.  By default, the hrStorageTable is preferred as it typically contains
       more information.  However, the -Cu argument can be passed to snmpdf to force the usage of
       the dskTable.

       AGENT  identifies a target SNMP agent, which is instrumented to monitor the gievn objects.
       At its simplest, the AGENT specification will consist of a hostname or  an  IPv4  address.
       In  this  situation, the command will attempt communication with the agent, using UDP/IPv4
       to port 161 of the given target host. See the snmpcmd(1) manual page for a  full  list  of
       the possible formats for AGENT.

       See  the  snmpd.conf(5) manual page on setting up the dskTable using the disk directive in
       the snmpd.conf file.

OPTIONS

       COMMON OPTIONS
               Please see snmpcmd(1) for a list of possible values for COMMON OPTIONS as well  as
               their descriptions.

       -Cu     Forces  the  command to use dskTable in mib UCD-SNMP-MIB instead of the default to
               determine the storage information. Generally, the default use of hrStorageTable in
               mib   HOST-RESOURCES-MIB   is   preferred   because  it  typically  contains  more
               information.

EXAMPLES

       % snmpdf -v 2c -c public localhost

       Description       size (kB)         Used    Available Used%
       /                   7524587      2186910      5337677   29%
       /proc                     0            0            0    0%
       /etc/mnttab               0            0            0    0%
       /var/run            1223088           32      1223056    0%
       /tmp                1289904        66848      1223056    5%
       /cache               124330         2416       121914    1%
       /vol                      0            0            0    0%
       Real Memory          524288       447456        76832   85%
       Swap Space          1420296       195192      1225104   13%

SEE ALSO

       snmpd.conf(5), snmp.conf(5)