DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::FileSys - provides a table containing file systems
$filesystems = $dbh->selectall_hashref("select * from filesystems", "mountpoint");
DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::FileSys ISA DBD::Sys::Table
This module provides the table
filesystems for any operating system.
The friendly name of the filesystem. This will usually be the same name as appears in the list returned by the filesystems() method.
Boolean, true if the filesystem is mounted.
The fileystem label
Volume that the filesystem belongs to or is mounted on.
The physical device that the filesystem is connected to.
Boolean true if the filesystem type is considered "special".
The type of filesystem format, e.g. fat32, ntfs, ufs, hpfs, ext3, xfs etc.
The options that the filesystem was mounted with. This may commonly contain information such as read-write, user and group settings and permissions.
Returns the column names of the table as named in "Columns"
Retrieves the data from Sys::Filesystem and put it into fetchable rows.
Sys::Filesystem is required to use this table.
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