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NAME

       sg_get_fs_stats - get filesystem statistics

SYNOPSIS

       #include <statgrab.h>

       sg_fs_stats *sg_get_fs_stats(int *entries);

DESCRIPTION

       The sg_get_fs_stats takes a pointer to an int, entries, which is filled with the number of
       mounted file systems the machine has. The return value is a pointer to the first member of
       an  array  of  sg_fs_stats  structures;  the number of entries in the array is returned in
       entries.

       The function returns statistics about mounted filesystems, including free space and  inode
       usage.

RETURN VALUES

       sg_get_fs_stats returns a pointer to a structure of type sg_fs_stats.

       typedef struct {
               char *device_name;
               char *fs_type;
               char *mnt_point;
               long long size;
               long long used;
               long long avail;
               long long total_inodes;
               long long used_inodes;
               long long free_inodes;
               long long avail_inodes;
               long long io_size;
               long long block_size;
               long long total_blocks;
               long long free_blocks;
               long long used_blocks;
               long long avail_blocks;
       } sg_fs_stats;

       device_name
              The name known to the operating system.  (eg. on linux it might be hda)

       fs_type
              The type of the filesystem.

       mnt_point
              The mount point of the file system.

       size   The size, in bytes, of the file system.

       used   The amount of space, in bytes, used on the filesystem.

       avail  The amount of space, in bytes, available on the filesystem.

       total_inodes
              The total number of inodes in the filesystem.

       used_inodes
              The number of used inodes in the filesystem.

       free_inodes
              The number of free inodes in the filesystem.

       avail_inodes
              The number of free inodes available to non-privileged processes.

       io_size
              A  suggested  optimal  block size for IO operations -- if you're reading or writing
              lots of data, do it in chunks of this size.

       block_size
              How big blocks actually are on the underlying filesystem (typically for purposes of
              stats reporting).

       total_blocks
              The total number of blocks in the filesystem.

       free_blocks
              The number of free blocks in the filesystem.

       used_blocks
              The number of used blocks in the filesystem.

       avail_blocks
              The number of free blocks available to non-privileged processes.

SEE ALSO

       statgrab(3)

WEBSITE

       http://www.i-scream.org/libstatgrab/