With rsync --link-dest, how can you tell how much space is actually used?
kmk at sanitarium.net
Sat Oct 22 22:14:09 MDT 2011
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Well, I just looked at 'man du' and you are right about it. I could
swear that it used to say something more useful about the subject but I
couldn't quote it. In general the man pages for GNU tools suck.
On 10/23/11 00:05, Eric Shubert wrote:
> I've read the man page:
> -s, --summarize
> display only a total for each argument
> Leaves a bit to interpretation, I think.
> Could go either way, no? After all, the name says:
> du - estimate file space usage
> I guess du estimates better than I assumed.
> Thanks for setting me straight Kevin. :)
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