Disk Space Usage

The diskspace node describing disk space usage on the server is presented by complex type diskspaceStatType (plesk_server.xsd). The node is structured as follows:

  • The device node is required. It holds the collection of data describing disk space usage on a particular partition (Windows) or device (Unix). Data type: none.

    Each device node has the following structure:

    • The name node is required. It holds the partition/ device name. Data type: xs:string.
    • The total node is required. It holds the total amount of disk space (in bytes) allocated to the partition/ device. Data type: size (common.xsd).
    • The used node is required. It holds the amount of used disk space (in bytes). Data type: size (common.xsd).
    • The free node is required. It holds the amount of free disk space (in bytes) available on the partition/ device. Data type: size (common.xsd).

 

The parts of the response packets returning disk space usage statistics may look as follows:

 

<diskspace>
   <device>
      <name>/dev/ad1s1e</name>
      <total>4228413440</total>
      <used>728193024</used>
      <free>3161948160</free>
   </device>
   <device>
      <name>/dev/ad0s1a</name>
      <total>2642008064</total>
      <used>1736767488</used>
      <free>693880832</free>
      </device>
   </diskspace>

This is the part of a packet received from Unix server running Plesk, where two devices ("/dev/ad1s1e" and "/dev/ad0s1a") are configured.

 

<diskspace>
   <device>
      <name>C:\</name>
      <total>3176855552</total>
      <used>368652288</used>
      <free>2808203264</free>
   </device>
</diskspace>

This is the part of a packet received from Windows server running Plesk, where one partition (C:\) is configured.

 

 

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