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NAME

gdu - Pretty fast disk usage analyzer written in Go

SYNOPSIS

gdu [flags] [directory_to_scan]

DESCRIPTION

Pretty fast disk usage analyzer written in Go.

Gdu is intended primarily for SSD disks where it can fully utilize parallel processing. However HDDs work as well, but the performance gain is not so huge.

OPTIONS

-h, --help[=false] help for gdu

-i, --ignore-dirs=[/proc,/dev,/sys,/run] Absolute paths to ignore (separated by comma)

-l, --log-file="/dev/null" Path to a logfile

-c, --no-color[=false] Do not use colorized output

-x, --no-cross[=false] Do not cross filesystem boundaries

-p, --no-progress[=false] Do not show progress in non-interactive mode

-n, --non-interactive[=false] Do not run in interactive mode

-d, --show-disks[=false] Show all mounted disks

-a, --show-apparent-size[=false] Show apparent size

-v, --version[=false] Print version

FILE FLAGS

Files and directories may be prefixed by a one-character flag with following meaning:

!
An error occurred while reading this directory.
.
An error occurred while reading a subdirectory, size may be not correct.
@
File is symlink or socket.
Same file was already counted (hard link).
Directory is empty.
Jan 2021