I was pretty fed up with the behavior of 'df', so I wrote my own diskfree tool.

It's called 'duf', it's written in #golang, and you can get it here: github.com/muesli/duf

On ArchLinux, you can simply install 'duf' from the AUR.


I got it running in an instant!
I have two-ish questions:
1. On my machine, it shows some "permission denieds" on docker volumes. Can I somehow hide these?
2. It looks similar to htop, but gives only a single time output. Do you have plans for a continuous mode?
2b. I tried to run it through both
$ watch -c make up for continuous mode
$ less -R
and the color information is lost in both cases. Is there a way to force it to colorize the output?

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