Is there a way to create a report of the size of each sub folder of a particular volume, without creating a monitor for each sub folder ? For those that know treesize pro, the summary of a disk or volume includes this information right after it's initial scan. Thanks all. John

asked 04 Jul '13, 01:37

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Hi John,

I looked up the type of license that your company has and it looks like you are using PA Server Monitor and that product is designed primarily to monitor the health of your server. If you are wanting to monitor your storage and dig deeper to find out where your data is and what data is stored on your server I would suggest using PA Storage Monitor. With PA Storage Monitor you can ran a lots of different reports to find information on your data, one would be the Directory Growth. You can get the sizes of your sub-directories. Here are some links.

PA Storage Monitor
File System Analyzer

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Quinn

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