gdu is a disk usage analyser with console interface.
The program is intended primarily for SSD disks where it can fully utilize parallel processing. However HDDs work as well, but the performance gain is not so huge.
gdu is free and open source software.
Developer: Daniel Milde
License: MIT License
Usage: gdu [directory_to_scan] [flags] Flags: -h, --help help for gdu -i, --ignore-dirs strings Absolute paths to ignore (separated by comma) (default [/proc,/dev,/sys,/run]) -I, --ignore-dirs-pattern strings Absolute path patterns to ignore (separated by comma) -l, --log-file string Path to a logfile (default "/dev/null") -m, --max-cores int Set max cores that GDU will use. 12 cores available (default 12) -c, --no-color Do not use colorized output -x, --no-cross Do not cross filesystem boundaries -H, --no-hidden Ignore hidden directories (beginning with dot) -p, --no-progress Do not show progress in non-interactive mode -n, --non-interactive Do not run in interactive mode -a, --show-apparent-size Show apparent size -d, --show-disks Show all mounted disks -v, --version Print version
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