Tech Tip: Find Directories Over a Certain Size
Nov 17, 2009, 21:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Da A Feng)
"The script prints those directories under a given path whose
size is above a certain threshold. It also allows you to exclude
directories that match a certain pattern from consideration. The
command accepts the following options:
* -d - Specifies the base directory to search.
* -t - Specifies the threshold in megabytes (eg 100 == 100MB).
* -x - Specifies the patterns to ignore (glob patterns).
"The following examples show how it can be used:"
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