1. nikolaymartin's Avatar
    I want to get the count of the inode for every file system mounted to the linux? Also free and used inode count information will be beneficial. Thanks
    06-10-2019 03:36 AM
  2. edizgeorgi's Avatar
    Linux df command provides what you are looking for. Df will print information like total, used, free and used percentage of the inodes. You can use -i option with the df command.
    Referance: https://www.poftut.com/use-linux-df-...with-examples/
    06-10-2019 06:42 AM
  3. abi123's Avatar
    An inode is a type of data structure which is also called Index number. It is a unique number that manages the file system storage. In Linux, all files and directories are manged with inodes. The inode count is equal to the total number of files in a user account. Each file adds to 1 to the inode count.
    06-10-2019 06:47 AM

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