(GNU) df gives multiline output even when piped
When 'df' program encounters "long" device or mountpoint names, it makes the terminal output prettier by splitting such lines into two and space-padding the output.
However, and many scripts historically depended on it, 'df' produces a single line per filesystem when piped (to grep, awk or whatever). This works with both Solaris and Linux (GNU?) df variants.
However, the /usr/gnu/bin/df in OI_148a LiveUSB lacks this feature:
root@openindiana:~# df -k /a
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
16717979 2968243 13749736 18% /a
root@openindiana:~# df -k | grep openindiana
This is a bug and should be fixed - it can break an indeterminate number of scripts and programs which rely on parsing the 'df' output.