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Email if you disk is over 90%

Terminal - Email if you disk is over 90%
HDD=$(df | awk ' NR>3 (S=$5) (M=$6) { if (S>90) print "Your Systems "M" is """S" Full" } ') ; [[ $HDD ]] && echo "$HDD" | mail -s "Hard-Drives Full" [email protected] -- -f [email protected] >/dev/null
2009-10-16 06:52:36
User: felix001
Functions: awk df echo mail
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Email if you disk is over 90%

Email if you disk is over 90% - www.fir3net.com

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Terminal - Alternatives
[ $(df / | perl -nle '/([0-9]+)%/ && print $1') -gt 90 ] && df -hP | mutt -s "Disk Space Alert -- $(hostname)" [email protected]
2009-10-15 21:11:54
User: syssyphus
Functions: df perl
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put it in crontab to get an alert when / is over 89% utilization.

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What others think

Doesn't quite for the same on my systems. Try it this way as a test:

df -P | awk ' NR>1 (S=$5) (M=$6) { print "Your Systems "M" is """S" Full" } '

The -P option makes df use the POSIX output format, which makes it a lot more "greppable". If the output looks like what you want, simply integrate this version of the command into the above example.

Comment by SuperFly 373 weeks and 1 day ago

i.e try it this way:

HDD=$(df -P | awk ' NR>1 (S=$5) (M=$6) { if (S>90) print "Your Systems "M" is """S" Full" } ') ; [[ $HDD ]] && echo "$HDD" | mail -s "Hard-Drives Full" [email protected] -- -f [email protected] >/dev/null

Tested ok on RHEL 5 and Fedora 11.

Comment by SuperFly 373 weeks and 1 day ago

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