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Re: rootfs

basti wrote:
> You can also use "ncdu".
> Man Page says:
> ncdu (NCurses Disk Usage) is a curses-based version of the well-known
> 'du', and provides a fast way to see what directories are using your
> disk space.

Cool!  I hadn't seen that before.  Checking it out now.

I have been recommending 'xdu'.  It reads output from du.  Although
you can usually pipe it I tend to run du on the server and then copy
the file back to look at it offline.  Then I can browse in and out of
it repeatedly and just use the cached data file.

  ssh -n server du -xml / > /tmp/du-xml.root.out
  xdu /tmp/du-xml.root.out


       xdu - display the output of "du" in an X window

       du | xdu [options]

       Xdu is a program for displaying a graphical tree of disk space
       utilization as reported by the UNIX utility "du".  The user can
       navigate through the tree structure and change the order of the
       displayed information.  The window is divided up into several
       columns, each of which is one level deeper in the directory
       hierarchy (from left to right).  Boxes are drawn for each
       directory.  The amount of vertical space occupied by each box
       is directly proportional to the amount of disk space consumed
       by it and all of its children.  The name of each directory and

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