Thursday, 23 January 2020

What's been eating my disk ?

I'm sure I've posted this before, but repetition is the most sincere form of .... something deep and meaningful.

Want to see what's eating your disk in a particular file-system ?

Try: -

du -hs * | sort -h

against, say, /home to see who is eating your disk, especially in terms of specific user's home directories etc.

3 comments:

Unknown said...

That is a great idea if you cannot install other tools.
But there is actually a simple and nice tool called "ncdu".

It's part of epel in RHEL/CentOS.

ncdu gives you a list you can navigate :-)

-- Daniel Nashed

Dave Hay said...

Hi Daniel

Thanks for this. Will see whether that exists on Ubuntu as well.

Cheers. Dave

Dave Hay said...

Daniel

Yep, as you rightly suggested ...

apt-get install -y ncdu

dpkg --list|grep ncdu

ii ncdu 1.11-1build1 s390x ncurses disk usage viewer

ncdu -help

ncdu

-h This help message
-q Quiet mode, refresh interval 2 seconds
-v Print version
-x Same filesystem
-r Read only
-o FILE Export scanned directory to FILE
-f FILE Import scanned directory from FILE
-0,-1,-2 UI to use when scanning (0=none,2=full ncurses)
--si Use base 10 (SI) prefixes instead of base 2
--exclude PATTERN Exclude files that match PATTERN
-X, --exclude-from FILE Exclude files that match any pattern in FILE
--exclude-caches Exclude directories containing CACHEDIR.TAG

Thanks again !

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