limits the results to one level but includes the total disk usage of the folder and all subfolders.Once you identify a specific folder to investigate, you can substitute its address for / (e.g.This is a bug in recent versions of the Perl module Net:: Server, see A guide to server configuration is in the wiki page Some interesting things that are not covered in that page is shown in this FAQ.Before jumping to examples, lets quickly go through the description of this command through man page.DESCRIPTION This manual page documents the GNU version of df.
If we want to change the block size, then there is an option '--block-size' which does this.
This post is not meant to be a comprehensive description of these Linux/Ubuntu commands, more a checklist for updating my servers.
df When I log into my servers and see updates available the first thing I tend to do is run and check the /boot usage/space available (obviously I could jump straight to the next command in my list, but I sort of like knowing what space I have available).
/usr ) and/or increase the On of the most common causes of disappearing disk space is a back up saved to the wrong location.
Improperly designating the back up location is a frequent cause.