Linux check space left on network drive

I have network drive mapped from both Windows server and Unix server on my Linux desktop installed by someone else. So I do not know where to look for config file. I only know password and other get mapped automatically when system boots. Is there is a command to check disk space left on network drive when using Linux desktop?

NFS or CIFS (Windows mount) are treated same as any other mount point. Use the following commands on Linux to check space left on network drive:

  1. df command - report file system disk space usage
  2. du command - estimate file space usage
  3. mount command - mount or show info about mounted file system including NFS/cifs (SMB).

Linux check space left on network drive mounted at /nfs/

df -h | more
df -h /nfs
## only show nfs ##
df -t nfs -h
df -t nfs4 -h
## only show cifs/smb ## 
df -t cifs -h
df -t smb -h

For more info see:


Linux sysadmin blog - Linux/Unix Howtos and Tutorials - Linux bash shell scripting wiki