The File Sizes page displays a grid that contains information on the size of files that you are tracking from the Windows Files Metrics dialog.
To open the File Sizes page
Click Disks | File Sizes.
The File Sizes grid contains the following information:
|File Name||The full pathname of the selected file.|
|Current Size (MB)||The current size of the file, measured in megabytes.|
|Max Size (MB)||The maximum size for this file as set in the Windows Files Metrics dialog. Setting the maximum file size does NOT prevent the specified file from growing beyond this size. However, if the size of the file exceeds that maximum size, Spotlight raises a critical alarm.|
|% Max Size||The current size of the file, measured as a percentage of the maximum size.|
|Severity||The degree of urgency associated with the current size. The severity controls what action Spotlight takes. (For example, if the size of the file exceeds the maximum size, the severity becomes critical, and Spotlight raises a critical alarm.)|
|File exists||Whether or not the file exists at the specified location|
Tip: You can add / remove / configure the tracking of file size. Right-click in the File Sizes grid and select Files Options. Windows Files Metrics