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Disk Space Useage

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My hard drive is getting full and I'm not entirely sure where all the data is going.

I'm trying to find a way to get the size of every directory.  I don't want to know what the size of each indiviual file is (since there are hundreds of thousands of them, 500GB hard drive).

Basically I'd like a way of knowing how much is in the /home directory.

If there are 3 users in the home directory, the size of each of those subfolders.  And basically go down the tree so I can figure out where all the space is going.

Again, I am not concerned with the individual files, just the directories and subdirectories.

This is a Linux Redhat 9, no GUI, and I would prefer to be able to do this without adding any new programs (my hard drive is getting full as it is ;) )
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