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Artifactory allows you to monitor various statistics related to the amount of storage that repositories occupy in your system. You can view the number of artifacts and physical files as well as the amount of space that they occupy. To monitor usage of storage in your system, in the Admin module, go to Advanced | Storage Summary.
This section provides information on the number of files in your system and the amount of physical and virtual storage that they occupy.
|The total number of physical binaries stored in your system.|
|The amount of physical storage occupied by the binaries in your system.|
|The amount of physical storage that would be occupied if each artifact was a physical binary (not just a link).|
|The ratio of Binaries Size to Artifacts Size. This reflects how much the usage of storage in your system has been reduced by Artifactory|
|The total number of items (both files and folders) in your system.|
Your system is set up to store binaries as defined in your storage configuration file.
This section provides information on where your binaries are stored and the amount of storage space they are using.
|The type of storage used (e.g. "File system").|
If Storage Type is "filesystem" then this is the path to the physical file store.
If Storage Type is "fullDb" then this is the path to the directory that caches binaries when they are extracted from the database.
Displays the amount of storage used out of the total available.
Storage space warning and limit thresholds set for your system are also displayed.
From version 4.6, Artifactory offers an additional and highly flexible way to manage storage through Configuring the Filestore. If you use the advanced configuration to setup filestore sharding in your system, your usage of storage is displayed with details of how sharding is configured.
You can select any of the sharding zones to drill down and get more details about it.
The Repositories section provides detailed information about the storage used by each repository in your system.
|The repository id.|
|Indicates if this is a local repository, remote repository cache or a virtual repository.|
|The repository's package type.|
|The percentage of the total available space occupied by this repository.|
|The amount of space used by artifacts in this repository. Similar to the total export size (including non-unique artifact references).|
|The total number of files in this repository.|
|The total number of folders in this repository.|
|The total number of items (folders and files) in this repository.|