There are times I'm over or near my quota on my shared hosting service. It can often be a chore to track down where large files are. I once found a 500mb zip file in a deeply nested directory.
I'm looking for a Linux command, where I can see how much space each directory and nested subdirectories (in the directory tree) are using, sorted in order of disc space use.
I'm unable to get the results I need with variants of the df and du commands. Thanks