On 27.01.2019 2:10, Richard Owlett
01/26/2019 01:32 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
Maybe some non-standard utility will fulfill your needs? Try
installing "inxi" and type:
Richard Owlett composed on 2019-01-26
I am attempting to create a spreadsheet
to document the content of
multiple disks of multiple machines.
Gparted displays the desired
*HOWEVER* I see no way to capture the information.
At the command line using "lsblk -o
NAME,FSTYPE,LABEL /dev/sdb" gives
most of the desired information.
It omits partition size, used space, and
I don't use a spreadsheet.
I was using "spreadsheet" in the most possible generic way ;/
I use the logs automatically created by
partitioner I use, DFSee.
My goal is more "report on reality" rather than "create a
Various examples of its logs are here:
http://fm.no-ip.com/Tmp/Dfsee/gb250L04.txt is from GPT
partitioning for UEFI.
I _quickly_ browsed those sites.
I don't think they were attempting to *ANSWER* "my questions".
The gb250 is the hostname. The L04 is serialization of the
report's creation. It's
content is reduced to that which I find useful data for tracking
what's where among
my 100+ disks.
Sometimes I append output from lsblk or parted -l.
hdparm and smartctl might also provide some of what you're
I'll attempt to redefine my problem.
I wish to inventory the above "conglomeration".
I wish to to answer the question(s):
How big is each
How much is available
OWL now DUCKS fer cover ;/
$ inxi -DRoplu
It has many options and also different output settings.
With kindest regards, Alexander.
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