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renamed df_check.py to diskusage.py

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David 10 years ago
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df_check.py

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#!/usr/bin/python2
# import os for statvfs
import os
# reading a file
def fileparser(path):
file = open(path, "r")
result = file.read()
file.close()
return result
#file = open("/proc/partitions", "r")
#parts = file.read()
#file.close()
#file = open("/proc/mounts", "r")
#mounts = file.read()
#file.close()
# reading needed files
parts = fileparser("/proc/partitions")
mounts = fileparser("/proc/mounts") #bug.. what if uuids are in /proc/mounts
partitions = []
blocks = []
# getting all local partitions (regardless if mounted or not)
# and blocks from /proc/partitions and write it to lists
for line in parts.split("\n"):
if line and "name" not in line and "sr0" not in line:
if line.split()[2] != "1":
partitions.append("/dev/" + line.split()[3])
blocks.append(line.split()[2])
hold="nothing"
holdblocks = 0
blockcount = 0
counter = 0
partsnew = []
blocksnew = []
# detect disk like /dev/sda itself and
# filter it from partitions and blocks list
for part in partitions:
if hold in part:
blockcount = blockcount + int(blocks[counter])
partsnew.append(part)
blocksnew.append(blocks[counter])
else:
hold = part
holdblocks = blocks[counter]
blockcount = 0
counter += 1
# moving back to old var name
# too lazy to rename everything below
partitions = partsnew
blocks = blocksnew
# getting mounted partitions and their mountpoints
mountpoints = []
mountparts = []
for item in partitions:
for line in mounts.split("\n"):
if line and item in line:
mountpoints.append(line.split()[1])
mountparts.append(item)
break
# output for debugging
print "debug output:"
print "availible partitions: %s\nblocks: %s\nmounted partitions: %s\nmountpoints: %s" %(partitions, blocks, mountparts, mountpoints)
print "" #linebreak
# given paths(mountpoints)
#path=("/boot", "/", "/dev/sda6")
path = mountpoints
print "mountpoints\tfree megabytes"
print "------------------------------"
# getting usage information and print it to stdout
for mountpoint in path:
#check if given path is a mountpoint
if os.path.ismount(mountpoint):
#create statvfs object
fs = os.statvfs(mountpoint)
#calculate free megabytes
freembytes = fs.f_bavail * fs.f_bsize / 1024**2.0
#output
print "%s\t\t%.1f MB" %(mountpoint, freembytes)
else:
print "error: given path (%s) is not a mountpoint" %(mountpoint)
# end of file

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email.py

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#!/usr/bin/python2.7
#import smtplib
testobj = smtplib.SMTP("exchange.aec.at")
testobj.sendmail("david@socialnerds.org", "hallo du")
testobj.quit()