How to Check the Server’s Disk Space using SSH?
What is the Server’s Disk Space?
Disk Space using SSH is the total number of bytes that a disk drive or disc is capable of holding. Disk Space is usually measured in Kilobytes(Kb), Megabytes(Mb), Gigabytes(Gb) or terabytes(Tb).
What is SSH?
SSH (Secure Socket Shell) is a network protocol for authenticating and encrypting remote shell sessions. SSH helps in log-in to the remote system without any password.Security and authentication are provided by a pair of encrypted SSL keys(private key and public key).
How to Check the Server’s Disk Space?
Disk Space using SSH The df utility displays statistics about the amount of free disk space on the specified file system or on the file system of which file is a part
SSH helps to run a command or start a program on the remote system without logging in it.
Syntax for running command on the remote host is
ssh username@host command
To know about the disk space, use the command
ssh username@host df-k
This command shows the available space on the remote system.
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