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df Command

df command stands for disk free which reports the amount of free space available for each file system separately .

1. Basic example -

Run the df command without any options and see the output of the command .

   df

The first column displays the directory where the file system is attached ( mounted ) . The second column shows the device name of the file system . The last two columns shows the number of 512 byte block and the number of files that you can create .

2. df with -k option

The -k option displays the details in

   df -k  /I/mangu.the.geek/13.9.14/logs

3.With options -h

The -h option displays the details in human readaballe format

df -h /I/mangu.the.geek/13.9.14/logs

4.With options --total

The --total option displays the total of all the disks mounted on current machine .

df --total 

5.With options --total and -h

The --total and -h option displays the details in human readaballe format along with the total of all the disk mounted on a machine .

df --total -h 
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