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Old 04-16-2020, 06:42 PM   #1
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anyway to see where biggest files are located from within koreader?

On my Paperwhite 4, I have about 3.71GB free. I was curious how the 2.x GB was being used so I went to settings => device management => storage manager and it says I have 2.x GB in 'other'.

I assume that's because my koreader documents are stored in /mnt/us/ebooks which is a non standard directory.

Apart from running du -chs to see where the files are stored via ssh; is there anyway to see where most of my storage space is from within koreader?
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Old 04-17-2020, 06:55 AM   #2
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On my Paperwhite 4, I have about 3.71GB free. I was curious how the 2.x GB was being used so I went to settings => device management => storage manager and it says I have 2.x GB in 'other'.

I assume that's because my koreader documents are stored in /mnt/us/ebooks which is a non standard directory.

Apart from running du -chs to see where the files are stored via ssh; is there anyway to see where most of my storage space is from within koreader?
There isn't a fancy tool, but you can run shell scripts from the filemanager.

I don't know if kindle has the *sort* utility. It should. In that case you can get sorted info with:

Code:
#!/bin/sh
du -ch /mnt/us/ebooks/ | sort -n -r > disk_usage.txt

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If you're on Windows, try WinDirStat. On Linux QDirStat, on MacOS possibly also QDirStat.
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@pazos: it doesn't, IIRC (or if it does, it's a gimped version of it), because I had to bundle coreutils' sort in the ScreenSavers hack .
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