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how can i find out how much storage used ?

Example: yesterday ,how many and how much files and MB stored in my network storage?
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Are you looking for changes in the created date or modified date of the files?

Try using search
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Without knowing what your NAS box is there's not much we can do to help.
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Would need to know a little about the network setup.  It is possible (provided that the router supports it) to use a router in order to track the amount of traffic inbound/outbound from a specific port.
it may also be possible (if your NAS is connected to a local machine) to track the amount of data stored via that local machine.
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