DiskTriage Features


Quick & Customizable Sizing & Analysis »

Size your entire directory structure (or drive) in one pass. You simple choose the directory/drive you want to analyze and it quickly gathers the data for your analysis. Specify which files you want to include in the sizing using the Selection screen. Create queries like 'Include all files that end in *.mp3 where the file is over 20 days old, over 2 MB in size, has its Read Only attribute set, and is owned by John Doe'

Gather Statistics by Directory »

Ability to gather the statistics (by Size, Owner, Attribute, etc) by directory rather than once for the entire sizing. This means that all open graphs and charts are updated immediately as the user changes directory in the tree

Multi Scan Charting »

Ability to quickly create a line chart from multiple scans for any directory or analysis category. This is a very powerful feature allowing you to quickly see how your disk space is changing - and provides the information you need

Visual Sizing Comparison »

A utility that allows you to visually compare two sizings saved to the database. This will allow you to see Growth over Time! You can compare not only the changes in the directory tree, but changes in file types, file owners, and other analysis types.

File Search &Action »

Search and create a list of files - that you can then take actions upon, such as Delete, Copy, Move, Compress, Take Ownership, etc. Very powerful tool for file management and regulatory and privacy issues

Consolidated Scanning »

Scan multiple different directory structures and view the combined results. This allows you to get the complete storage picture for your server, NAS and/or SAN.

FTP Scanning »

Disk Triage can scan any FTP server and analyze it as if it was normal local disk space.

Graphs »

Provides various graphs (Pie&Bar) to give you a visual picture of the sizing data. All of which can be printed or exported to file/clipboard The primary Graph is active, allowing you to drill down/up the directory structure by clicking on the graph Allows customization to the various Graphs

Save to Database »

Provides the ability to save the sizing information to database. You can choose to use the Advantage Database that ships with Disk Triage - or Microsoft's SQL Server database. This allows you to access the gathered data using your own tool of choice - dealing with the information how you see fit.

Powerful TreeView »

  1. Handles hundreds of thousands of directories
  2. Sort a column simply by clicking on the header
  3. Move columns around simply by drag and dropping the column header
  4. Add/remove columns from the tree
  5. Ability to specify colors for the tree columns

Analysis Options

Analysis by file size, attribute, dates, times, owner, extension, type, size of the file name.
Top '10' lists for oldest and largest files

Reporting »

  1. Fast Reporting
  2. Print Preview for all reports with built in searching
  3. Ability to customize reports
  4. Ability to export all reports to PDF, Excel, RTF,
  5. HTML, XHTML, GIF, JPG, BMP and WMF

Directory/File Permissions

Gather and report on directory (and File) permissions.
Report on just the differences from the selected directory - allowing you to quickly see where users (and other admins) have changed the permissions granted at a higher level.

Batch Mode

Ability to run program in Batch mode (70+ parameters) using any scheduler system. This means that you could schedule the program to run during the night and then print (or email!) a report that would be waiting for you when you come in the next morning

Windows Integration

A context sensitive menu option for Folders in Windows Explorer. This allows you to right click in Explorer on a folder and choose to 'Analyze Directory with Disk Triage'

Input Specifications

Ability to save/restore the input to a sizing for later reuse. You do not have to constantly configure each sizing.

Export

  1. Disk Triage provides a variety of report and exports facilities. Each Graph can be printed or exported to an image file. Each list can be printed or exported to Excel
  2. Export gathered data to XML or database for later analysis
  3. Each report can be printed or saved as PDF, RTF, Excel, HTML, XHTML, GIF, JPG, BMP and WMF.

Directory Details

  1. See a list of files in the directory that match the search criteria
  2. View all Explorer information including file owner