When I work on Linux/GNU distro environment I often use that wonderfull command du --max-depth=1 / That gives you the size of each folder in your root directory. Today I work with AIX and ...
I can find out what is wasting space with this: du -sm * | sort +0nr | head -30 But what if "/" is filled 100%, and there are many mountpoints, ex.: /foo, /foo2, etc. How can I get a list of ...
I am working on a unix server and I guess during some time in past the file system had been full. However, I need some solid data to prove it. Will there be any OS logs or something of that sort to ...
How can I get the size of all files and all files in its subdirectories using the du command. I am trying the following command to get the size of all files (and files in subdirectories) find . ...