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    Let's say I want to get the size of each directory of a Linux file system When I use ls -la I don't really get the summarized size of the folders If I use df I get the size of each mounted file system but that also doesn't help me And with du I get the size of each subdirectory and the summary of the whole file system But I want to have only the summarized size of each directory within
  • Filesystems - Linux Documentation Project
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  • linux - Total disk usage for a particular user - Super User
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  • ls - How do I get the size of a directory on the command . . .
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