man ncdu Command

Man page for apt-get ncdu Command

Man Page for ncdu in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man ncdu

Man Ncdu  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man ncdu in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man ncdu

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

NCDU(1)                                                                      ncdu manual                                                                     NCDU(1)



NAME
ncdu NCurses Disk Usage


SYNOPSIS
ncdu [ hqvx] [ exclude PATTERN] [ X FILE] dir


DESCRIPTION
ncdu (NCurses Disk Usage) is a curses based version of the well known 'du', and provides a fast way to see what directories are using your disk space.


OPTIONS
h Print a small help message

q Quiet mode. While calculating disk space, ncdu will update the screen 10 times a second by default, this will be decreased to once every 2 seconds in
quiet mode. Use this feature to save bandwidth over remote connections.

v Print version.

x Only count files and directories on the same filesystem as the specified dir.

exclude PATTERN
Exclude files that match PATTERN. This argument can be added multiple times to add more patterns.

X FILE, exclude from FILE
Exclude files that match any pattern in FILE. Patterns should be seperated by a newline.


KEYS
? Show help + keys + about screen

up, down j, k
Cycle through the items

right, enter, l
Open selected directory

left, <, h
Go to parent directory

n Order by filename (press again for descending order)

s Order by filesize (press again for descending order)

a Toggle between showing disk usage and showing apparent size.

d Delete the selected file or directory. An error message will be shown when the contents of the directory do not match or do not exist anymore on the
filesystem.

t Toggle dirs before files when sorting.

g Toggle between showing percentage, graph, both, or none. Percentage is relative to the size of the current directory, graph is relative to the largest
item in the current directory.

e Show/hide 'hidden' or 'excluded' files and directories. Please note that even though you can't see the hidden files and directories, they are still
there and they are still included in the directory sizes. If you suspect that the totals shown at the bottom of the screen are not correct, make sure
you haven't enabled this option.

i Show information about the current selected item.

r Refresh/recalculate the current directory.

q Quit


AUTHOR
Written by Yoran Heling .


BUGS
Infinite. Please contact the author if you find one.


SEE ALSO
du(1)



ncdu 1.6 Oct 23, 2009 NCDU(1)


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