Baobab

29 July 2007 at 8:59 am Leave a comment

Baobab is an interesting utility which allows to monitor graphically the disk space usage in your Ubuntu box. Basically you can choose to scan the entire file system or just a single folder : a graph shows the disk occupation.

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Greater is the sector more space is occupied. With this tool you can obtain a snapshot of your folders and their relative occupation in the filesystem. I found for example a dir in which I stored temporary files for about 5 Gb that I forgot!!!!

You can choose another perspective to see the size of every single folder you’re examinating.

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