--The df and du commands are often used to check the capacity in the system. --Therefore, I used a capacity visualization tool called duf on my mac. --Since it was convenient, it was necessary to expand it to alpine in Docker as well. --This time, I will record the introduction of ** duf ** to Alpine Linux in Docker.
--Get the required binaries anywhere with the following command.
-** Because it is not prepared as an apk package. ** **
--If you don't have the
wget command, use the
curl command instead.
#Create / move acquisition location mkdir ~/work cd ~/work #Get binary wget https://github.com/muesli/duf/releases/download/v0.5.0/duf_0.5.0_linux_amd64.apk
-** * Change
/etc/resolve.conf as follows only when an error like
wget: bad address'github.com' appears **
# This file is included on the metadata iso nameserver 22.214.171.124 #Change
duf from the binary with the following command.
#Get duf apk add --allow-untrusted duf_0.5.0_linux_amd64.apk
-** * An error output is output, but it is available. ** **
--Check if it can be used like the command on the screen below.
-** * Below are examples of each convenient option. See here for details **