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duc

 
Duc is a collection of tools for indexing, inspecting and visualizing disk usage. Duc maintains a database of accumulated sizes of directories of the file system, allowing queries this database, or create fancy graphs to show where data is. More information: https://duc.zevv.nl/.
 
  • Index the /usr directory, writing to the default database location ~/.duc.db:
     
    duc index {{/usr}}
     
  • List all files and directories under /usr/local, showing relative file sizes in a [g]raph:
     
    duc ls --classify --graph {{/usr/local}}
     
  • List all files and directories under /usr/local using treeview recursively:
     
    duc ls --classify --graph --recursive {{/usr/local}}
     
  • Start the graphical interface to explore the file system using sunburst graphs:
     
    duc gui {{/usr}}
     
  • Run the ncurses console interface to explore the file system:
     
    duc ui {{/usr}}
     
  • Dump database info:
     
    duc info

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