di

di is a disk information utility that displays everything that df does and more. It features the ability to display your disk usage in whatever format you prefer. It also checks the user and group quotas, so that the user sees the space available for their use, not the system wide disk space. It is designed to be highly portable across many platforms and is great for heterogenous networks.

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  •  15 Feb 2014 23:00

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug when either -I or -x were specified on the command line in conjunction with a file specification. Support for Irix has been added.

    •  21 Jan 2013 04:59

      Release Notes: This release changes canonicalization of device names to only be done if the device name has a trailing UUID. Some code cleanup was done to fix clang warnings and to enable compilation on Xenix.

      •  15 Nov 2012 22:21

      Release Notes: This release reworks the handling of quota data as quota information was losing precision. Support for Dragonfly BSD's vquotactl() has been added.

      •  22 Oct 2012 00:31

      Release Notes: This release adds support for the new quota API released in NetBSD 6.0. The build has been fixed for AIX 7.

      •  21 Nov 2011 01:00

        Release Notes: Filesystems that would return a 'Permission Denied' no longer generate an error message and are no longer displayed, even with the -a option. Bugfixes include fixing the totals for pooled (zfs) filesystems when the main pool is not mounted and a rare divide by 0 condition.

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        17 May 2010 04:26 Avatar bll Thumbs up

        I had to remove the download link. Apparently the free web hosting company I am using is redirecting the urls from freshmeat. I will be looking for a new web host.

        06 May 2010 23:59 jeffcovey Thumbs up

        @bll69: Thanks, I fixed the announcement.

        06 May 2010 14:05 Avatar bll Thumbs up

        di-4.22: Unfortunately, freshmeat's editor change the meaning for the release note. I wrote that libraries found, but not needed, are not linked in. Any configuration items that are turned off by the user and have associated libraries will not have those libraries linked in.

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