Diruse Remarks

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

DirUse Remarks

Using DirUse to Determine Compressed File Size

The parameter to use for compressed directories and files is /c, which causes DirUse to display the actual size of a compressed file or directory instead of apparent uncompressed size. For example, if your D drive is an NTFS volume, and you want to determine the disk space used (in megabytes) and the number of files in each directory, at the command line, type:

diruse /s /m /c d:

To see compression information for a file, open Windows Explorer, right-click the file, and then click Properties.

See Also


Diruse Overview
Diruse Syntax
Diruse Examples
Alphabetical List of Tools
Rsdir Overview
Rsdiag Overview
Iologsum Overview
Health_chk Overview
Ftonline Overview
Filever Overview
Efsinfo Overview
Dmdiag Overview
Dskprobe Overview
Dfsutil Overview
Connstat Overview
Cabarc Overview
Bitsadmin Overview