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A simple question to any windows guru.
I'm looking for a way to do a 'df' on windows.
Basically, I want to list local drives (I don't mind if network drives show too, as long as they're identifiable), with size, and usage. (I don't mind if it's used, free or just a percentage).

Simple eh?

But here's the catch. It's got to be command line. I need to be able to run it in a script.
I'm _currently_ planning to use the sysinternals utility 'psexec' to run it on a list of 20 servers or so.

Anyone got some suggestions? I don't _really_ want to be logging in to each, doing clicky clicky on properties, simply because this is going to become a monthly report.
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paulw From: paulw Date: December 20th, 2004 06:02 am (UTC) (Link)
A quick check on Google found this. A windows port of the df util

giantlaser From: giantlaser Date: December 20th, 2004 10:12 am (UTC) (Link)
Cygwin. GNU / Unix / Linux utilities precompiled for windows, including df. It does some funny things to pretend windows has a rooted filesystem, but it's useful.
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