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Manpage update by job 714222
2 files changed, 31 insertions(+), 14 deletions(-)

M man1/df.1
M man1/df.1.html
M man1/df.1 => man1/df.1 +17 -9
@@ 1,6 1,6 @@
.\" SPDX-License-Identifier: 0BSD
.\"
.Dd December 30, 2021
.Dd March 13, 2022
.ds doc-volume-operating-system
.Dt DF 1
.Os voreutils pre-v0.0.0-latest


@@ 11,14 11,14 @@
.Sh SYNOPSIS
.Nm
.Op Fl PklaiThH
.Oo Fl t Ar only-type Oc Ns …
.Oo Fl t Ns \&| Ns Fl F Ar only-type Oc Ns …
.Oo Fl x Ar not-type Oc Ns …
.Op Fl B Ar blocksize
.Op Fl -output Ns Oo = Ns Ar col Ns Oo , Ns Ar col Oc Ns … Oc
.Op Fl -sync
.Op Fl -no-sync
.Op Fl -total
.Oo Ar path Ns | Ns Ar device Oc Ns …
.Oo Ar path Ns \&| Ns Ar device Oc Ns …
.
.Sh DESCRIPTION
Lists the free and used space accessible to unprivileged users on mounted filesystems.


@@ 173,7 173,7 @@ Like
.Fl h
but
.Em 1000 .
.It Fl t , -print-type Ns = Ns Ar only-type
.It Fl t , Fl F , -print-type Ns = Ns Ar only-type
Filter out all filesystems with types different than
.Ar only-type Ns s .
.It Fl x , -exclude-type Ns = Ns Ar not-type


@@ 243,13 243,21 @@ blocks.
The only truly portable invocation of
.Nm
is
.Dl $ Ev POSIXLY_CORRECT Ns Li = Nm Fl P Oo Fl k Oc Oo Ar path Ns | Ns Ar device Oc Ns …
.Dl $ Ev POSIXLY_CORRECT Ns Li = Nm Fl P Oo Fl k Oc Oo Ar path Ns \&| Ns Ar device Oc Ns …
.Pp
It also defines a
.Fl t
XSI extension as "Include total allocated-space figures in the output", but leaves it explicitly unspecified; this is good, as
.Fl t Ar only-type
is universally supported.
XSI extension as "Include total allocated-space figures in the output", but leaves it explicitly unspecified \(em
it is supported in that form on
.At III
derivatives; some, like Solaris, provide an
.Fl F
option with the same meaning as this implementation's
.Fl t
.Pq except for Pa /usr/ucb/ Ns Nm , No which provides Fl t No as described .
The
.Fl F t
alias is available but undocumented in the GNU system.
.Pp
This implementation is compatible with the GNU system, which is broken as noted above, more strict about mixing output format flags, disallows block sizes with
.Sy B


@@ 358,7 366,7 @@ doesn't block for mount information.
sees a
.Sx SYNOPSIS
of
.D1 Nm df Oo Fl in Oc Oo Fl t Ar type Oc Op Ar file | Ar filesystem ...
.D1 Nm df Oo Fl in Oc Oo Fl t Ar type Oc Op Ar file \&| Ar filesystem ...
.Fl k
was replaced with a
.Ev BLOCKSIZE

M man1/df.1.html => man1/df.1.html +14 -5
@@ 28,7 28,8 @@
<table class="Nm">
  <tr>
    <td><code class="Nm">df</code></td>
    <td>[<code class="Fl">-PklaiThH</code>] [<code class="Fl">-t</code>
    <td>[<code class="Fl">-PklaiThH</code>]
      [<code class="Fl">-t</code>|<code class="Fl">-F</code>
      <var class="Ar">only-type</var>]&#x2026; [<code class="Fl">-x</code>
      <var class="Ar">not-type</var>]&#x2026; [<code class="Fl">-B</code>
      <var class="Ar">blocksize</var>]


@@ 217,6 218,7 @@ Where <i class="Em">base</i> is a floating-point amount of bytes, which is then
    <code class="Fl">--si</code></dt>
  <dd>Like <code class="Fl">-h</code> but <i class="Em">1000</i>.</dd>
  <dt id="t"><a class="permalink" href="#t"><code class="Fl">-t</code></a>,
    <code class="Fl">-F</code>,
    <code class="Fl">--print-type</code>=<var class="Ar">only-type</var></dt>
  <dd>Filter out all filesystems with types different than
      <var class="Ar">only-type</var>s.</dd>


@@ 286,8 288,15 @@ Where <i class="Em">base</i> is a floating-point amount of bytes, which is then
  [<var class="Ar">path</var>|<var class="Ar">device</var>]&#x2026;</code></div>
<p class="Pp">It also defines a <code class="Fl">-t</code> XSI extension as
    &quot;Include total allocated-space figures in the output&quot;, but leaves
    it explicitly unspecified; this is good, as <code class="Fl">-t</code>
    <var class="Ar">only-type</var> is universally supported.</p>
    it explicitly unspecified &#x2014; it is supported in that form on
    <span class="Ux">AT&amp;T System&#x00A0;III UNIX</span> derivatives; some,
    like Solaris, provide an <code class="Fl">-F</code> option with the same
    meaning as this implementation's <code class="Fl">-t</code> (except for
    <span class="Pa">/usr/ucb/</span><code class="Nm">df</code>,
    <span class="No">which provides</span> <code class="Fl">-t</code>
    <span class="No">as described</span>). The <code class="Fl">-F</code>
    <code class="Fl">-t</code> alias is available but undocumented in the GNU
    system.</p>
<p class="Pp">This implementation is compatible with the GNU system, which is
    broken as noted above, more strict about mixing output format flags,
    disallows block sizes with <b class="Sy">B</b> but without a unit, as well


@@ 371,7 380,7 @@ With an automatically-scaling <code class="Li">Filesystem</code> column and
    <a class="Sx" href="#SYNOPSIS">SYNOPSIS</a> of</p>
<div class="Bd Bd-indent"><code class="Nm">df</code>
  [<code class="Fl">-in</code>] [<code class="Fl">-t</code>
  <var class="Ar">type</var>] [<var class="Ar">file</var> |
  <var class="Ar">type</var>] [<var class="Ar">file |</var>
  <var class="Ar">filesystem ...</var>]</div>
<code class="Fl">-k</code> was replaced with a <code class="Ev">BLOCKSIZE</code>
  environment variable in the


@@ 579,7 588,7 @@ With <code class="Fl">-f</code>, the output is as default, but without the
</div>
<table class="foot">
  <tr>
    <td class="foot-date">December 30, 2021</td>
    <td class="foot-date">March 13, 2022</td>
    <td class="foot-os">voreutils pre-v0.0.0-latest</td>
  </tr>
</table>