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HelpConsole 2008 - MySecureBackupManual
Consistency Checks

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Last Updated: 7/29/2008 10:01:34 AM


Home > Using My Secure Backup > Consistency Checks

To get a complete measurement of the storage space you are using, use the Consistency Check feature.  To check consistency, choose the option from the Help menu on the Activity Monitor top navigation bar.

After running the consistency check you will need to double click the "Consistency Check Complete" message in the Errors & Warnings section to see the full details of the check.  Your storage total is located on the "Detailed Message" line and is in the following format:

8981 dirs (the number of folders/directories), 9590 attrs (the number of files), 18304601296 bytes total size (the amount of data stored)

To approximate the data stored, divide the bytes total size by 1,000,000,000 or move the decimal place 9 space and this will give you the number of gigabytes.  In the example above, this would equate to 18.304 gigabytes of data.