Top Disk Usage. You want to know what is using all your disk space?
This command-line tool estimates the disk space occupied by all files in a given path.
It displays a sorted list of the biggest items. The estimation method is similar to the ‘du -skx’ command from GNU Coreutils package.
tdu is free and open source software.
Developer: Joseph Paul
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
Usage: tdu [options] [directory] -b int Number of big files shown (default 8) -consolemax Maximize console window (on Windows only) -d int Number of access denied directories shown (default 0) -e int Number of empty directories shown (default 0) -f int Number of devices shown (default 0) -human Print sizes in human readable format. Use --human=false to print in kilobytes instead. (default true) -l int Number of depth1 items shown (default 15) -license Show the GNU General Public License V2 -max Show deepest and longest paths -o string Export result to Ncdu's JSON format -s int Number of file status errors shown (default 0) -t int Number of sockets and named pipes shown (default 0) -version Program info and usage
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