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However, that only tells you what's big. What you really want to know is what's too big. By itself, du won't let you distinguish between data that's big because you're doing something that needs it to be big, and data that's big because you unpacked it once and forgot about it.
To make this difference, agedu relies on the atime of the files.
agedu(1) Simon Tatham agedu(1) NAME agedu - correlate disk usage with last-access times to iden‐ tify large and disused data SYNOPSIS agedu [ options ] action [action...] DESCRIPTION agedu scans a directory tree and produces reports about how much disk space is used in each directory and subdirectory, and a more»
agedu (8928-1) unstable; urgency=low * Version bump to r8928 * Switched to source format 3.0 (quilt) * Updated the Standards-Version to 3.8.4 * Removed README.source * Cleanup of debian/rules -- Alexander Prinsier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 16 Jun 2010 12:33:13 +0200 agedu (8642-1) unstable; urgency=low * Updated to upstream revision 8642 * Handle >4GB files (Closes: #537127) more»
TODO list for agedu =================== - flexibility in the HTML report output mode: expose the internal mechanism for configuring the output filenames, and allow the user to request individual files with hyperlinks as if the other files existed. (In particular, functionality of this kind would enable other modes of use like the built-in --cgi mode, without me having to anticipat more»
This package was debianized by Alexander Prinsier <email@example.com> on Tue, 26 May 2009 23:21: more»