df for virtual guests. Run the program
on the host / dom0 to display disk space used and available on
all partitions on all guests.
# virt-df -h Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Ubuntu904x64:/dev/sda1 9.4G 2.1G 6.8G 27.7% Debian5x64:/dev/debian5x64/home 3.4G 761.9M 2.5G 27.0% Debian5x64:/dev/debian5x64/root 321.5M 111.1M 193.8M 39.7% Debian5x64:/dev/debian5x64/tmp 302.1M 10.0M 276.5M 8.5% Debian5x64:/dev/debian5x64/usr 3.4G 1.1G 2.1G 38.3% Debian5x64:/dev/debian5x64/var 1.7G 612.6M 1001.9M 41.1% Debian5x64:/dev/sda1 227.9M 18.6M 197.1M 13.5% F10x32:/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 8.8G 3.1G 5.2G 40.3% F10x32:/dev/sda1 189.9M 20.2M 159.9M 15.8% CentOS5x32:/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 8.6G 3.9G 4.2G 50.6% CentOS5x32:/dev/sda1 98.7M 23.5M 70.1M 29.0% Win2003x32:/dev/sda1 20.0G 2.1G 17.9G 10.4%
Note: Previously virt-df was a separate program. However virt-df is now completely rewritten and a part of libguestfs, built as a sub-tool of that package. If you are filing bugs about the old program, forget it - we only support the new libguestfs-based virt-df.
Virt-df is actively developed by Red Hat and the community. If you have questions, problems, patches or feedback on virt-df then go to the libguestfs mailing list, or hop over to our IRC channel #virt on OFTC.
Virt-df is now a bundled program in libguestfs. For the source, see libguestfs. Binaries are available in Fedora and Debian.
The license is the GNU General Public License, version 2 or any later version (GPLv2+).
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