Good Housekeeping: Monitoring and Tidying Up File Systems
Whether you are the system administrator or just a user, whether you have your own box or an account on a remote machine, sooner or later you will need to do some clean-up work. You will want to remove duplicate files and clean out empty files. Symbolic links are sometimes left hanging when a file is removed, so you would probably like to delete those. And, of course, you will want to keep an eye on your hard drives’ levels of usage.
9.1 dfcmp—Notify User of Major Changes in Disk Usage
Unix systems do not take kindly to running out of disk space. I have seen a computer reduced ...