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Overview

This feature displays your server's current partition and hard disk usage.

 

The Current Disk Usage Information Table

This table displays how the system stores information on your partition or hard disk.

ColumnDescription
DeviceThe device name of the partition or hard disk.
SizeThe total size of the partition or hard disk.
UsedThe amount of space that the system uses on the partition or hard disk.
AvailableThe amount of available space on the partition or hard disk.
Percent UsedThe percentage of space that the system uses on the partition or hard disk.
Mount PointThe location of the partition or hard disk in the server’s directory structure.

The IO Statistics Table

The IO (input/output) Statistics table displays information from the iostat tool about how the system writes and reads files on your server’s partitions and hard drives.

The system calculates these statistics from data since last time that server restarted.

 

ColumnDescription
DeviceThe name of the partition or hard disk.
Trans./SecThe number of blocks that the system writes and reads per second on the partition or hard disk. This measures of the partition’s or hard drive’s ability to manipulate information.
Blocks Read/secThe number of blocks that the system reads per second from the partition or hard disk. This measures the partition’s or hard drive’s rate of output.
Blocks Written/SecThe number of blocks that the system writes per second to the partition or hard disk.  This measures the partition’s or hard drive’s rate of input.
Total Blocks ReadThe total number of blocks that the system has read from the partition or hard drive. This measures how much information your hard drive has read.
Total Blocks WrittenThe total number of blocks that the system has written to the partition or hard drive. This measures how much information your hard drive has written.

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