Ximinez is a disk usage analyzer and comparator. It enables you to take snapshots of disk usage for a given folder, to browse through the snapshots, and to view differences between snapshots. It is aimed towards solving problems like: "Why is my disk suddenly so full when it was OK just recently?" Besides the GUI, the package also includes an optional command line tool, which can be used, for example, in conjunction with a scheduler to take snapshots on a regular basis.
|Tags||Systems Administration Filesystems|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The unnecessary ximinezcli WX toolkit dependency has been removed. Broken locale settings are ignored. Invalid characters in folder names should be properly handled on Windows.
Release Notes: SFTP support was added to the GUI. It is now possible to browse, open, and compare .xiz files that are stored on remote SFTP servers.
Release Notes: The .xiz file extension is automatically appended to the filename when saving files. Load and save exception handling was improved. The "All Files" option was fixed (it didn't show files without an extension). A umask parameter was added to ximinezcli. Ximinezcli SFTP support was added.
Release Notes: Color settings pages were added. A "restart warning" message window was replaced by a static note. A warning message now pops up the user settings cannot be loaded (for example, at first startup).
Release Notes: Files and folders with empty file names are now ignored. Ximinezcli console logging was fixed. Size on disk calculation finally works on Windows too, at least when dealing with local non-compressed file systems. The last modification time is optionally added to both folder and file display windows. The language drop down list was fixed.