SYNOPSISlscp [options] [device]
DESCRIPTIONlscp is a utility for displaying checkpoints or snapshots of the NILFS2 file system found in device. When device is omitted, /proc/mounts is examined to find a NILFS2 file system.
This command will fail if the device has no active mounts of a NILFS2 file system.
- -a, --all
- Do not hide minor checkpoints.
- -b, --show-block-count
- Show number of used blocks instead of appended blocks. This is the default mode.
- -g, --show-increment
- Show number of appended blocks instead of used blocks.
- -r, --reverse
- Reverse order.
- -s, --snapshot
- List only snapshots.
- -i index, --index=index
- Skip index checkpoints (or snapshots) at start of input.
- -n lines, --lines=lines
- List only lines input checkpoints (or snapshots).
- -h, --help
- Display help message and exit.
- -V, --version
- Display version and exit.
FIELD DESCRIPTIONEvery line of the lscp output consists of the following seven fields:
- Checkpoint number.
- Creation date.
- Creation time.
- Mode of the checkpoint; cp for a plain checkpoint, and ss for a snapshot.
- Flags on the checkpoint. At present, character ``i'' is printed in the field if the checkpoint was created only by garbage collection, checkpoint mode change, or other change of internal state. Otherwise ``-'' is printed.
- NBLKINC (optional)
- Number of blocks appended by the checkpoint. This field is displayed instead of BLKCNT field when -g option is specified.
- Number of blocks used by the checkpoint.
- Number of inodes included in the entire file system at the time specified by the checkpoint.