In the past articles, I share with you modern Linux commands I use every day like
Recently, I discovered a new cool Linux tool that I was seeking for a long!
duf - simple df and du
duf is Disk Usage/Free utility tool that combines old-shool
You can just type
duf or specify mount point or device.
I especially love to just use current dir
dif . to check how much free disk space do I have on this partition.
duf also provides rich filtering options and information about inodes utilization
duf --inodes which might be useful if you use symbolic and hard links often.
Install: download provided deb package for your architecture from release page
Article by Tomasz Kuczma
Software engineer with a passion. Interested in computer networks and large-scale distributed computing.
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