12 Useful “df” Commands to Check Disk Space in Linux

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28 Responses

  1. Andy Miller says:

    I have a file system that is not a Mount Point and does not show up when “df” is executed….. Is there a command to show the file allocation and utilization for a file system that is allocated space, but, is not configured as a Mount Point?


  2. Sujata Tamang says:

    very useful and well explained “df” commands, Thanks !!

  3. Leo Podstanicky says:

    Very useful, thank you, ones of the most used commands Leo Podstanicky

  4. omuhi says:

    Thank you for the article. I was able to find the size of my home directory using one of the commands.

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