Hi,

A couple of months ago we purchased PA Server Monitor and have installed it to monitor several servers. Monitoring is done primarily to establish a baseline for HDD space consumption. Other monitors for CPU and memory usage are also active.

My question is the following.

How can I retrieve the HDD space consumption information starting from the first day the monitors were activated until today' date?

Thanks in advance.

asked 04 Jun '14, 13:30

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Hi bedde,

Yes, you can use a Performance Counter Monitor to collect that type of data.

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answered 16 Jun '14, 11:14

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Hi bedde,

If you go to the Reports section, there you can run several report on free or used disk space. Here is a link show you how to run an Ad Hoc Reports. One report that might help you is the Used Space report, you can create this report in a graph or in a table to see the data.

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answered 04 Jun '14, 14:01

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Hi Quin,

Thanks for your reply.

Do you know if it is also possible to extract the usage of other resources like CPU and memory?

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answered 11 Jun '14, 12:28

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