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5 Responses

  1. Wasim says:

    Hi.. i moved a large file nearly 130Gb from one directory to another directory but i wondering the space is still the same.. Can you please let mw know why its been same

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Wasim,
      Moving large size files from one directory to another will not reduce size, it still remains same size as you moving the data in the same server…

  2. nitesh says:

    Is there any option u are aware of where we can disable the delete option. Coz my team mate accidently deleted some important data while browsing through ncdu output.

  3. gekvprasad says:

    Your blog is having loads of practical information especially for linux administrator……Thank you

  4. yss says:

    Nice pack. Thanks :)

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