KDirStat

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Description:

KDirStat is a graphical disk usage utility, very much like the Unix "du" command.

It displays a directory tree both in classical tree format (like Konqueror, but with accumulated tree sizes, shown as MB / GB and as percentage bars) and in "treemap" format like SequoiaView.

In addition to that, KDirStat provides cleanup facilities to reclaim disk space - both predefined and customizable.
Last changelog:

15 years ago

2.4.4: Now supports hard links and sparse files properly

2.5.2 (development version!): Can now read and write directory contents from cache files generated by (supplied) Perl script, e.g. in cron job over night

rakekniven

10 years ago

Are there any plans to port this nice app to qt4?

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janet

9 years ago

I second this! KDirStat is very useful - and it really should be ported to KDE4!

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jhodosh

9 years ago

I'm working on that.
http://forum.kde.org/brainstorm.php?mode=idea&i=83072&c=146229#anchormain

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jhodosh

9 years ago

The current status can be seen at http://grumpypenguin.org There are a lot of things left to fix, but for just displaying the tree and map, it seems to work.

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janet

8 years ago

K4dirstat seems to work fine, thanks a lot for this! Alas it doesn't remember that I don't want to see the treemap.

A peculiar bug: virtualbox' virtual harddisks are always displayed with size zero, same goes for the nepomuk database (db-file). The old KDE3 kdirstat shows the correct size. Are the files too large for k4dirstat (over 2 GB each)?

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tso

11 years ago

either its me reading the ui wrong or the ui is reporting size wrong.

i run it on my home dir and get 669MB used. but when i rightclick in konqueror and select properties i get 2,4 GB used.

so whats going on?

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tso

11 years ago

forget it, i found that konqueror has a "file size view" that basically does what kdirstat does, and with much better results.

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Clunixchit

12 years ago

Fedora Core 5 Users can download kdirstat via yum.

yum install kdirstat

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gohanz

13 years ago

A SlackWare TGz package with SlackBuild Script is Ready to DownLoad!!!

http://www.slacky.it/

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=890&parent=category

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polrus

14 years ago

kdirstatapp.h:49: error: extra `;'

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aadrijnberg

14 years ago

I downloaded kdirstat-2.4.0, unpacked it, ran ./configure and make. The latter failed with the error that there was an unexpected ";" on line 49 of kdirstat/kdirstatapp.h. I removed the ";" and ran make again. This time it succeeded. There was however a warning for every c-file:
cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wmissing-prototypes" is valid for Ada/C/ObjC but not for C++
Probably you have to remove the "-Wmissing-prototypes" for getting rid of this message. I don't know how other compiler versions deal with this option.
BTW: FC3 uses gcc 3.4.2

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kharkoma

15 years ago

Hi , I want know what are the diferences of this app with FSPartView in KDE 3.2

TIA.

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hundhammer

15 years ago

It's a whole different application. See http://kdirstat.sourceforge.net/kdirstat.html#features for details.

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hundhammer

15 years ago

It's a whole different application. See http://kdirstat.sourceforge.net/kdirstat.html#features for details.

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15 years ago

2.4.4: Now supports hard links and sparse files properly

2.5.2 (development version!): Can now read and write directory contents from cache files generated by (supplied) Perl script, e.g. in cron job over night

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