quick and efficient disk usage scanner
dutree shows a summary of the directories/files which take up the most space.
$ dutree /srv
Annotated output, where only paths of >4G are shown:
12.1 G /srv/data/audiofiles/ ^-- audiofiles contains files/dirs with a total of 12.1G but it does NOT contain a single dir or file larger than 4G. 4.3 G /srv/data/callrecordings/unmatched/ 4.5 G /srv/data/fax/ 17.5 G /srv/data/playlists/ 34.4 G /srv/data/twinfield_invoices/1/ 7.8 G /srv/data/* ^-- data contains more files/directories than shown above but those that don't total above 4G are merged into this "leftover" node. That includes /twinfield_invoices/ except for the /1/ subdirectory which already has its individual listing. 32 B /srv/* ^-- there was only /data/ in /srv/, but the directory itself also takes up a tiny bit of space ----- 80.6 G TOTAL (86558511658)
NOTE: The directories do not count the size of themselves, only of their contents. This explains any discrepancies with du -sb output.
>>> from dutree import Scanner >>> scanner = Scanner('/srv') >>> tree = scanner.scan() >>> tree.size() 86558511658 >>> len(tree.get_leaves()) 7 >>> leaf0 = tree.get_leaves() >>> leaf0.name() '/srv/data/audiofiles/' >>> leaf0.size() / (1024.0 * 1024 * 1024) 12.092280263081193
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