Disk Usage Reports

Rich web-based usage reports, to help you keep things under control.


Download Latest v2.0.1 (April 5, 2013)

What's New in 2.0.0

Backwards Incompatibility Warning:

The new output format used by scripts/find.sh and scripts/find.php will require updates to custom scripts that used its output. However, scripts/process.php still accepts the old format so you will still be able to use old list files.

Major Additions/Improvements:

  • scripts/find.sh now supports more platforms (Mac OS X and other BSD variants).
  • One or more tests can now be included after <directory-to-scan> in scripts/find.sh that will be passed directly to the *NIX find command. See scripts/find.sh -h for examples.
  • scripts/find.sh and scripts/find.php have a new output format (version 2). See full changelog for details.

Minor Additions/Improvements:

  • scripts/find.php now warns you if you are using a 32-bit version of PHP, as this may lead to inaccurate totals if the directory you are scanning contains files over 2GB.
  • scripts/process.php now supports timestamps with milliseconds.
  • A hyphen (-) can now be used as the argument before <directory-to-scan> if the directory name conflicts with other arguments (e.g. a directory named -d) in scripts/find.sh and scripts/find.php.

Bug Fixes:

  • [Major] Removed debug code that was causing file extensions to be improperly processed. This resulted in report files being abnormally large in some cases.
  • [Minor] The -d argument in scripts/find.sh and scripts/find.php now fails if the next argument is not one character long.
  • [Minor] Null values in errors stored in settings.txt no longer cause the web UI to fail.
  • [Minor] Fixed confusing error message in the language file.
  • [Minor] Adding missing <tr> tags to index.html.
  • [Minor] Specifying either the -d or -td argument in find.sh no longer causes the script to exit immediately.

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