The Filesystems drilldown displays information on the disk usage for each filesystem on the Unix system, and the proportion of disk space that has been used for each filesystem.
Note: Refer to man df(1) for further details on the values shown in the Filesystems page.
To open the Filesystems and Disk Information drilldown
To view disk usage in a chart
Right-click the Filesystems page and select View as Chart.
The information is displayed on a set of bar graphs that represent used and free disk space. Use the drop-down By Megabyte / By Percentage control to specify how to view disk usage.
To view disk usage in a table
Right-click the Filesystems page and select View as Grid.
|Filesystem||The Unix device that holds a filesystem.|
|Used Space||The amount of used space on the filesystem.|
|Free Space||The amount of free space on the filesystem.|
|Mounted On||The mount point for the filesystem.|
To view disk usage for NFS mounted disks
NFS (Network File System) was developed by Sun Microsystems to allow a Unix host to use disk space on a remote machine as if it were local storage. Spotlight provides a shortcut option to allow you to show or hide disk usage for NFS mounted disks.
Right-click the Filesystems page and select Show NFS mounted Filesystems.