Monitor hard disk growth to determine time until disk full

Posted on 2009-12-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
Does anyone know of software that can monitor overall disk growth of a drive? I'm trying to determine growth trends of data in my storage. Once I determine a trend, I can figure out how much time I have left until storage is fully depleted.

Yes, I know I can figure this out by recording the KB/GB of the disk usage for every disk on every server every day and run the differences. That's my plan b... just seeing if anyone  knows of software that can do this automatically so I can focus on other parts of my job.

Question by:rmgoode
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    They offer a fully functional 30 days trial, and a 49$ license after that

    Author Comment

    That's perfect! Thanks!

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