DFC is a command line tool that stands for "Disk Free Command". It is a utility used to display information about disk space usage on Unix-like systems such as Linux. DFC provides a more visually appealing representation of disk space usage compared to the traditional "df" command.
The tool presents disk space information in a tabular format, showing details like total disk space, used space, available space, and percentage of usage for each mounted file system. It also color-codes the output, making it easier to distinguish between different file systems or directories.
DFC supports various options to customize the output, such as sorting the file systems based on size, excluding specific file systems, displaying sizes in different units (bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, etc.), and more.
Overall, DFC provides a concise and visually appealing way to get an overview of disk space usage on your system, making it a handy tool for system administrators and users who need to monitor and manage disk space efficiently.
List of commands for dfc:
dfc:tldr:0b5c4 dfc: Display filesystems and their disk usage in human-readable form with colors and graphs.$ dfctry on your machineexplain this command
dfc:tldr:33bf0 dfc: Display filesystems containing "ext" in the filesystem type.$ dfc -t exttry on your machineexplain this command
dfc:tldr:89cd1 dfc: Display filesystems without color.$ dfc -c nevertry on your machineexplain this command
dfc:tldr:ea620 dfc: Display all filesystems including pseudo, duplicate and inaccessible filesystems.$ dfc -atry on your machineexplain this command