Linux df and du Commands How to Check Linux Disk Space Usage
In this video, @LearnLinuxTV will cover use of the df (disk free) and du (disk usage) commands. These commands will give information about a Linux instance’s disk space information and usage.
0:48 How to use the df command
1:20 Understanding df command output
4:20 Showing file types in output
5:20 Excluding things from output
6:50 Combining df with another command
8:48 How to use the du command
10:43 Cleaning up du command output
11:10 Limit how deep du can go
13:10 Showing a summary du output
11:40 Showing the total storage used in output
15:50 Running du recursively
16:50 Using the ncdu command
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