How To Show Linux File Size In Different Ways?

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One of the most asked question about files in Linux is how can I list file sizes in different formats? In this post we will look different commands to get file sizes.

ls Command

ls command is primary command to list and get information about files and directories in Linux. ls command can be used with -l parameter to get size of files.

ls Command

ls Command

We listed file nmap-7.31.tgz file size in byte but we can make the size information more readable by using -h option.

ls Command

ls Command

du Command

du command is used to get disk usage.

du Command

du Command

We have simply listed file without providing any parameter. Provided size is in KB. If we want to get human friendly result we can use following.

du Command

du Command

stat Command

Stat command is used to get file system related information about files and directories. Using stat with filename parameter will provide size information in byte mode too.

stat Command

stat Command

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