Find Large Files in Linux

Looking to troubleshoot disk space usage on a linux system? You can get the current volume storage use with the linux command df. To find out what might be taking up all that space, the following command will list out all files 10MB or larger on the root volume:

find / -size +10240k -print0 | xargs -0 ls -hal

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