Identifying Disk Space
Sep 01, 2010, 15:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Even the largest disks will eventually begin to fill up, and
sometimes you notice this (or at least, I do!) only when strange
errors start to occur. If you're seeing odd errors, however, it's
always worth starting with df -h to quickly check out whether
there's a disk space problem.
"If you do have less space than you thought, the next stage is
to work out where it's being used. The basic option is the
command-line utility du:"