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Welcome to my blog “randomly expressed”. I created this website to publish helpful tips. It’s mainly technology driven, but I will blog about other topics. I am a Unix sysadmin that is always looking to learn new things. My goal is to be able to share knowledge that others may find useful. xkcd.com

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Tag: Linux du disk space

Diagnosing Linux disk space usage

By on February 15, 2015 in Technology with No Comments

Disk space Isolating what files or directories are consuming the most space is crucial when troubleshooting disk utilization problems. The du command with the -kx options is the ideal tool for this job. The k option is for displaying block counts in 1024-byte (1-Kbyte) blocks. I prefer kilobytes because it sorts better than gigabytes. The […]

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