I think that du
doesn't work on file list, but in the directory.
find /mydir/* -mtime -60 | xargs du -hs
du: invalid option -- p
du: unrecognized option `--dport'
du: invalid option -- j
Try `du --help' for more information.
xargs: unmatched single quote; by default quotes are special to xargs unless you use the -0 option
so there is a catch probably how to do it with a file list?
otherwise "du" gives me:
du /etc/postfix/ -hcs