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I am restoring a database backup on my server and i need to watch output of df -h and restore utility db2pd -utilities. I tried this:
watch -n 2 "db2pd -utilities && df -h
output(summarized):

    Every 2.0s: db2pd -utilities && df -h    

  Database Member 0 -- Active -- Up 0 days 23:11:19 

  Utilities:
  Address        ID         Type        State      Invoker    Priority   

  0x000000E0     1          RESTORE      0          0          0          


  Progress:
  Address            ID         PhaseNum   CompletedWork                
  0x00003088         1          1          1073745920 bytes                          
  Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
 /dev/sda3              39G  824M   36G   3% /
 tmpfs                 253G   16K  253G   1% /dev/shm
 /dev/sda2             194M   36M  149M  20% /boot
 /dev/sda1             200M  264K  200M   1% /boot/efi
 /dev/sda4              20G  215M   19G   2% /home
 /dev/sda5              20G  1.4G   17G   8% /opt
 /dev/sda9             166G  6.6G  151G   5% /tempWork
 /dev/sda7             9.7G  152M  9.0G   2% /tmp
 /dev/sda6              20G  227M   19G   2% /var

actually the outputs are more and long I had to remove some parts and they combine together and become hard to read. what should i use to make space between them?

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All that's necessary is to add a printf statement between the original commands: watch -n 2 "db2pd -utilities && printf '\n\n\n' && df -h" You can use grep -v to hide any extraneous data from the individual utilities.

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