logging all processes with disk activity ?

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by cruxq, Jun 23, 2014.

  1. cruxq

    cruxq MDL Junior Member

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    I know you can open up resource monitor, and look at the disk tab for the information, but, I am looking for a way to log all of that to a file, so I can see over time, how many bytes are written for each process that is running.

    Anyone know of any tool that I can do this with?
     
  2. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    NSAuditor would be one of such tools! But: How you like to examine those log files? Did you thing you'll have time enough for to do that? I hardly don't believe that! there will be thousands of lines within a very short time for to need proved!

    Such work is only useful in extreme cases of emergency!
     
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  3. cruxq

    cruxq MDL Junior Member

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    That program may work, but, I was looking for some that is free. This is only for home use.
    While it may be thousands of files, after a few days, you would see which files write the most, and then you can see a pattern.

    I am just trying to see which files write the most with normal, everyday operations.
     
  4. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    You could try NADetector, is from the same company and free but limited a lot!
     
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