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DU(1)											    DU(1)

       du - disk usage

       du [ -a ] [ -bsize ] [ file ...	]

       Du gives the number of Kbytes allocated to data blocks of named files and, recursively, of
       files in named directories.  It assumes storage	is  quantized  in  units  of  1024  bytes
       (Kbytes)  by  default.	Other  values  can be set by the -b option; size is the number of
       bytes, optionally suffixed k to specify multiplication by 1024.	If file is  missing,  the
       current directory is used.  The count for a directory includes the counts of the contained
       files and directories.  The -a option prints the number of blocks  for  every  file  in	a
       directory.  Normally counts are printed only for contained directories.


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