GRUB-PROBE

Section: C Library Functions (3)
Updated: Wed Feb 26 2014
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NAME

grub-probe --- Probe device information for a given path.

 

SYNOPSIS

grub-probe ce [-m | --device-map=FILE]
[-t | --target=(fs|fs_uuid|fs_label|drive|device|partmap|
abstraction|cryptodisk_uuid|
msdos_parttype)]
[-v | --verbose] (PATH|DEVICE)

 

DESCRIPTION

grub-probe probes a path or device for filesystem and related information.

 

OPTIONS

--device
Final option represents a DEVICE, rather than a filesystem PATH.
--device-map=FILE
Use FILE as the device map. The default value is /boot/grub/device.map.

--target=(fs|fs_uuid|fs_label|drive|device|partmap|msdos_parttype)
Select among various output definitions. The default is fs.
fs
filesystem module

fs_uuid
filesystem UUID

fs_label
filesystem label

drive
GRUB drive name

device
System device

partmap
partition map module

abstraction
abstraction module

cryptodisk_uuid
cryptographic container

msdos_partmap
MS-DOS partition map

--verbose
Print verbose output.

(PATH|DEVICE)
If --device is passed, a block DEVICE. Otherwise, the PATH of a file on the filesystem.

 

SEE ALSO

info grub


 

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SEE ALSO
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