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Re: [libvirt] [PATCHv4 1/2] virsh: add new --details option to pool-list



On 07/01/2010 08:38 PM, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
<snip>
virsh # pool-list --details --all
Name       State     Autostart  Persistent  Capacity  Allocation  Available
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
default    running   yes        yes          1.79 TB     1.49 TB  304.77 GB
image_dir  running   yes        yes          1.79 TB     1.49 TB  304.77 GB
tmp        inactive  no         yes                -           -          -
<snip>
* Space within fields "1.79 TB" (awk / sort -k in fact _won't_ work).

Tried it without the embedded spacing today (and submitted patches),
but really not a fan of the output:

***************************************************************************

virsh # pool-list --all --details
Name       State     Autostart  Persistent  Capacity  Allocation Available
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
default    running   yes        yes          19.69GB     15.97GB   3.71GB
image_dir  running   yes        yes           1.79TB      1.59TB 203.69GB
tmp        inactive  no         yes                -           -        -

***************************************************************************

Would it be workable to retain the space between the columns, instead
changing the "-" value in the "pool-list --details" example like this:

***************************************************************************

virsh # pool-list --all --details
Name       State     Autostart  Persistent  Capacity  Allocation Available
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
default    running   yes        yes         19.69 GB    15.97 GB   3.71 GB
image_dir  running   yes        yes          1.79 TB     1.59 TB 203.69 GB
tmp        inactive  no         yes            -- --       -- --     -- --

***************************************************************************

Thinking this would keep the number of columns consistent, but also be
readable for people.

?

Regards and best wishes,

Justin Clift

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