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    How to check the Disk Statistics on Linux using Terminal ?

    This is 1m read article written by Kuberneteslab. In this article we will discuss about the disk statistics and how to view it through terminal ?

    As a linux administrator or devops engineer it is important to know disk usage of the servers. Due to heavy write disk usage might go up and eventually server can run out of disk.


    Just df command:


    df command with “-h” option. It provides the human readable format.

    To list only local mounted filesystem use “-l” option.

    There are multiple other options for block size etc. But in this post we have focused on the important options.

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