Show information about mounted volumes ESX

Unfortunately, normal Linux commands don't show information about the mounted VMFS.

The command "vdf" shows real disk usage information :

# vdf

Example:

Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/cciss/c0d0p2 10080520 2015396 7553056 22% /
/dev/cciss/c0d0p1 101089 27662 68208 29% /boot
none 134284 0 134284 0% /dev/shm
/dev/cciss/c0d0p3 2063536 32860 1925852 2% /tmp
/dev/cciss/c0d0p5 2063504 97752 1860932 5% /var/log
/vmfs/devices 92658386 0 92658386 0% /vmfs/devices
/vmfs/volumes/485843f5-e59913c0-ec7f-0017a4770022
56360960 547840 55813120 0% /vmfs/volumes/gdesx36:storage1
/vmfs/volumes/48904fa9-128ece1c-b569-001cc4a53fa2
524025856 409822208 114203648 78% /vmfs/volumes/VMFS01
/vmfs/volumes/48904fc3-350b4fd2-b886-001cc4a53fa2
524025856 463163392 60862464 88% /vmfs/volumes/VMFS02
/vmfs/volumes/48904fd7-d3b23331-307f-001cc4a53fa2
524025856 465865728 58160128 88% /vmfs/volumes/VMFS03
/vmfs/volumes/49994a0b-e41ee9f3-c57d-001cc4a53f12
524025856 435618816 88407040 83% /vmfs/volumes/VMFS04

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