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Quicktips - Linux, your Partitions and You

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Here’s a few quick ways to determine just what is chewing up all of your disk space.

If you’ve got a terminal session open, and you’d like to see how much of each partition is currently being used, you can use the df command.

Simply typing df will spit out some interesting numbers. You may find this option more useful:

df -h

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