The SQL based hard disk space management solution
SpaceObServer is a powerful and flexible hard disk space manager for Windows. SpaceObServer consists of a system service named "SpaceObServer Agent" that executes scans for the selected file system trees and stores the collected information in a SQL database (MS SQL Server, ORACLE, MySQL, IBM DB2 or MS Access).
Network scans are fully supported, without the need to install additional software on the network servers. The SpaceObServer user interface enables you to display the stored data in different kinds of visualization (3D bar, pie, line charts or tree maps as well as tabular enumerations, if desired grouped by file types or users).
The application features an intuitive Explorer-like user interface, to present you detailed information (e.g. size, allocated space, number of files, last access and change date, file owner,...) about directories or drives you choose. You are able to trace the development of the size of directories you choose and get approximated size development for the future.
It is possible to store diagrams using common image formats, export tables to XML-, Excel-, PDF-, HTML-or Text files and print a detailed report for the selected directory tree. You can use OLE Automation to generate exports from within your own scripts or programs. Use extensive search criteria to discover files with special characteristics (e.g. size, file extension, last change,...).
A duplicate file search is also included, optional with MD5 checksum identification. The data storage, as well as all text output, works with the Unicode international character set standard, thus SpaceObServer can also administer directories and files, whose names cannot be represented in the ASCII character set.
The SpaceObServer Client application is a management tool to configure scans, view scan results and generate exports remotely from additional machines in your network. SpaceObServer Client has the same user interface like SpaceObServer, without the scan service.
Here are some key features of "SpaceObServer":
· A background Service regularly scans selected drives and archives collected data in a SQL database.
· Suported databases: MS SQL Server 2000/2005, ORACLE 9/10, MS Access or IBM DB2.
· By analyzing the NTFS Change Journals SpaceObServer is able to update data of local NTFS drives constantly. This results in disc usage information which is always up to date.
· Space usage History.
· A highly customizable file search allows filtering your files by size, allocated space, wasted space, last change, last access and creation date, extension, filename pattern, file properties or owner.
· Duplicated files are listed on an additional tab on the right pane.
· View, print and export 3D bar, pie and line charts.
· Several exporting and reporting possibilities: Printed report (showing the directory structure), Excel, XML, text file, clipboard.
· SpaceObServer is able to detect NTFS Alternate Data Streams.
· Show the size for each folder grouped by users or file extensions.
· Simulate the size and structure of directory trees for previous dates.
· A customizable size, e.g. allocated space or percentage space usage, is shown directly in the directory tree.
· Show and print folders with high space usage in bold.
· Columns can be configured separately for the Details view, Excel export, text export and printed reports.
· Discover which folders occupy most of your hard disk space.
· Customize your output format, e.g. number of decimals, KB or MB, etc.
· Support for NTFS file based compression.
· SpaceObServer supports the international character standard Unicode.
· Explorer context menu is supported inside the SpaceObServer.
· 256 MB RAM
· 30-day trial period
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bug fix: Fixed an error that could occur when replacing duplicate files by hardlinks, via the "Deduplicate" function.
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