3.1.19 Getting some useful system information
date(1) in order to display the current time/date
ESC S f
finger(1) in order to display information about local and
remote users (‘FINGER’).
ESC S m
mount(1) in order to display a list of the currently
mounted file systems (‘MOUNTED-FILE-SYSTEMS’).
ESC S q
quota(1) in order to display a user file system disk quota
and quota (‘QUOTA’).
ESC S s
df(1) in order to get the status of the currently mounted
file systems (‘DISK-FREE-SPACE’).
ESC S u
users(1) in order to get the name of the currently logged in
ESC S v
$GNUIT_VMSTAT(1) in order to get the current virtual memory
status. This is very system dependent,
other systems use
vmstat, so the $GNUIT_VMSTAT variable is
used to deal with this (‘VIRTUAL-MEMORY-STATUS’).
$GNUIT_VMSTAT used to be called $GIT_VMSTAT. The old
name is still accepted for backwards-compatibility.
See section Environment Variables, for more information.
ESC S w
who(1) in order to find out who is on the system
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