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0.1.1 Apr 10, 2021
0.1.0 Jan 3, 2021

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rsblk

List block devices on FreeBSD

This tool is (aspirationally) similar to the lsblk utility from util-linux. However, it is still a work in progress. It is written in the Rust programming language.

Example

$ rsblk
NAME      FSTYPE        LABEL                UUID
ada0
└─ada0p1  freebsd-ufs   freebsd-obj-fs       aaaaaaaa-29d3-11e9-8cc6-7085c25400ea
md0
└─md0p1   freebsd-ufs                        bbbbbbbb-4c3c-11eb-b311-7085c25400ea
nvd0
├─nvd0p1  efi           freebsd-efi          cccccccc-8c5e-11e7-a9ab-7085c25400ea
├─nvd0p2  freebsd-ufs   freebsd-root         dddddddd-8c5e-11e7-a9ab-7085c25400ea
├─nvd0p3  freebsd-swap  freebsd-swap         eeeeeeee-8c5e-11e7-a9ab-7085c25400ea
└─nvd0p4  freebsd-boot  freebsd-boot         ffffffff-f1fa-11e8-9b63-7085c25400ea
nvd1
├─nvd1p1  freebsd-swap  freebsd-swap-660p    00000000-79e7-11e9-b158-7085c25400ea
└─nvd1p2  freebsd-ufs   freebsd-obj-660p-fs  11111111-79e7-11e9-b158-7085c25400ea

By default (and very much subject to change), rsblk prints four columns: the NAME of a device; and for partitions, its filesystem type, partition label, and UUID.

Dependencies

~7–9.5MB
~164K SLoC