Windirstat does a fairly good job, along with TreeSize Free (tree size has more features). Just point it to \\systemname\ROOT and it will traverse every object on the system (takes a long time to complete FYI)
From: Stone, Joel [mailto:Joel.Stone@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 11:06 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: disk is approaching 90%. Any utilities to identify files which could be deleted?
We are looking for a utility which floats to the top of a report the "low-hanging fruit" larger objects which could possibly be deleted.
For example, a report identifies objects, library, last-used date, create-date and selects any that are > nnn,nnn meg.
We would like to delete objects which haven't been used for awhile or are obviously work files or scratch files which are no longer used.
Anything already on our system such as an IBM utility or TAATOOLS?
Or any freeware on the web that I can download?
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