Category: Linux Terminal

Added: 23rd of May 2022

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Check amount of free disk space using the df command in the terminal on Linux

If you want a quick way to check the amount of free disk space available on Linux, we can use the df command in the the terminal

df -h


As you can see, on partition /dev/sda2 I have used 14 Gigabytes and still have 90 Gigabytes available



You can also display the file system type by using the -T argument in the command
df -hT






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