@Ikey continues tweaking the moss CLI user interface:
In addition, here's a screenshot showing that deduplication via hardlinks really works whenever a new versioned tree is constructed as a part of the atomic update functionality of
On the left side, the ncurses disk usage tool counts the sizes by following the hardlinks to the real assets in each versioned tree. On the right side, the total size of the hardlinks as such in the versioned tree are shown:
In the image above, the du program thinks root #12 is the real root, hence showing the real size of the cache assets.
This image shows the organisation of moss and where the assets are actually stored: