Unix Tip #4370- February 27, 2014


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CHECKI FOR FULL FILESYSTEMS


Many times we have a file
systems which is too full.
To quickly find out which
are the large files in there
we could use:

find / -xdev -size +1024 -ls | sort -r +b

So we can clean up some
files which have grown too big.

This tip generously supported by: vinit.adya@citicorp.com



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