We use cookies
We use cookies to optimize our website. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our use of cookies.
New design
Control panel
  • Русский
  • Українська
  • English
  • UAH
  • USD
  • RUB
  • EUR
  • 0-800-307-307 Hotline
  • +38 (044) 392-74-33 Kiev
  • +38 (057) 728-39-00 Kharkiv
  • +38 (056) 794-38-31 Dnipro
  • +38 (032) 229-58-93 Lviv
  • +38 (048) 738-57-70 Odessa
  • +38(093) 170-15-42  Life
  • +38 (067) 400-88-44 Kievstar
  • +1(888)393-24-51  USA, Toll free
  • +44(131)507-01-14  Great Britain
  • +7 (499) 348-28-61 Moscow

4.4.2. Checking disk space

To check disk space, you need to connect to the server using SSH or VNC and execute the command:

df -h

The result will look like this:Columns:

  • «Size"- total disk space.
  • «Used"- the volume occupied by the files.
  • «Avail"- the volume available for use.
  • «Use%"- occupied place in percentage.
  • «Mounted on"Is the mount point of the disk.

Due to the technical limitations of the file system, any disk can accommodate a strictly limited number of files and folders.

To check inodes on the disk, you need to connect to the server using SSH or VNC and execute the command:

df -i

The result will look like this:Columns:

  • «Inodes"- the total number of available inodes.
  • «IUsed"- the number of used inodes.
  • «IFree"- the number of free inodes.
  • «IUse%"- the number of used inodes in percent.
  • «Mounted on"Is the mount point of the disk.