Isosize is a command-line utility that allows you to display the size of an ISO file. The ISO file format is a standard format for storing data on optical disc, and is commonly used for storing software and other types of files. Isosize simply takes the ISO file as input and outputs the size of the file in bytes. This can be useful for checking the size of an ISO file before burning it to a disc, or for comparing the size of different ISO files.
isosize Command Examples
1. Display the size of an ISO file:
# isosize path/to/file.iso
2. Display the block count and block size of an ISO file:
# isosize --sectors path/to/file.iso
3. Display the size of an ISO file divided by a given number (only usable when –sectors is not given):
# isosize --divisor=number path/to/file.iso