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Linux commands: df

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A quick guide to the `df` command, used to get disk usage information

The df command is used to get disk usage information.

Its basic form will print information about the volumes mounted:

Using the -h option (df -h) will show those values in a human-readable format:

You can also specify a file or directory name to get information about the specific volume it lives on:

The df command works on Linux, macOS, WSL, and anywhere you have a UNIX environment

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