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Old 06-14-2010, 02:58 PM   #1
rjo98
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tune2fs -l question


I know with tune2fs -l you can view the info for each volume. but is there to have it output that info for every volume? I have a dozen machines that i want to gather all that info for each volume for, so i can review it and know what kind of state everything is in. But it would be a pretty tedious and time consuming tasks to do it volume by volume. Figure there might be a trick out there or something.
 
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Hi,

In this post I referenced several links that will help you to understanding. Look at the 'Rute' or 'LDP' at least these will open a lot of doors for you.

 
Old 06-14-2010, 03:53 PM   #3
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I must be missing it in those links, I'm not seeing it. I tried googling my question but didn't come up with anything, so it must just be a manual thing i'm going to have to do.
 
  


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