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16.20 The vtree Visual Directory Tree Programs

vtree
The vtree program is similar to stree (16.19), but it has a few extra features that might make it worth your while. You can use vtree to get information not only about the directories, but about how much disk space they use:

% vtree /usr 
 /usr : 0
   lost+found : 0
   local : 13880
      lost+found : 0
      bin : 23673
         RCS : 41
      lib : 6421
         news : 28896
            bin : 2
         newsbin : 269
            batch : 97
            expire : 138
            input : 91

vtree also has options to show how many inodes (1.22) are in each directory and to control how many levels down to display. The -v option tells vtree to give a "visual" display, showing the directory structure:

% vtree -v /usr
/usr ---+-> lost+found
           +-> local ---+-> lost+found
           |              +-> bin ----+-> RCS
           |              +-> lib ----+-> news ---+-> bin
           |              |              +-> newsbin --+-> batch
           |              |              |              +-> expire
           |              |              |              +-> input
        ...

- LM


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