Conditions: Kernel 2.6.31 (or later) with kernel filesystem sysfs (/sys) and proc (/proc)
Content : Devicename, start-/end-sectors, sector size; label and UUID; filesystem and mountpoint (if mounted).
Standard Call - List : blank od -l
- System name (if lsb_release installed)
- Architecture (with uname)
- Kernel loaded (/proc/cmdline)
- BIOS- or EFI-mode loaded
- Device (/dev/sdXY) and partition count
- Model name, disk size and logical/physical sector size
- start, end and size in sectors and Bytes
- filesystem (if mounted)
- mountpoint (if mounted)
When the script runs with root privileges, there are three more information: EFI- or BIOS-Mainboard, name of the partition table (msdos. GPT, ...) and the partion-id by partition without UUID, e.G.: ID 05, extended.
Call with option -a:
List information about the partition table
- MBR (Boot + ID, Start-CHS, ID, End-CHS, LBA1, LBA2)
- GPT ( all entries, incl. GUIDs)
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