I am trying to find out how much space is consumed in total by files exceeding 50M in size. I am able to generate a list of file sizes with the following command:
find $PWD/soccer -maxdepth 50 -type f -iname "**" -size +50M | xargs --delimiter '\n' --max-args=1 du -ha
But I don't know a clean way to sum them all up. Can
du help me here, or is regex +
expr the only straightforward way to achieve this?
52M /Videos/soccer/The making of Jari Litmanen part 1.mp4 55M /Videos/soccer/Van Gaal My philosophy makes me one of the best.mp4 68M /Videos/soccer/Zidane Brazil has always inspired me.mp4
The best I've come up with so far is this:
!! | xargs ruby -e "puts ARGV.map(&:to_i).inject(&:+)" | numfmt --from-unit=1000 --to=iec-i