Flexense develops enterprise-grade data management software products for disk space usage analysis, file classification and organizing, duplicate files search and removal, automated, rule-based file management, real-time disk change monitoring, high-speed file synchronization and data migration, bulk file delete and secure data wiping operations.
14-Nov-2023 - EXT4 vs. BTRFS vs. D2FS file systems performance review compares the performance of popular Linux file systems on an OpenMediaVault NAS server using a variety of multi-threaded disk space analysis, file classification, file search, file synchronization, file read, file write and file delete benchmarks.
8-Nov-2023 - TrueNAS vs. OpenMediaVault NAS performance review compares the performance of two popular open-source NAS storage software solutions on the same hardware platform using a variety of multi-threaded disk space analysis, file classification, file search, file read, file write and file delete benchmarks.
20-Jul-2023 - DiskSavvy v15.3 adds the ability to analyze the disk space usage per server or NAS storage device for user-selected types of files allowing one to understand how specific files are stored across the entire network based on the file type, creation, modification or last access dates. In addition, the new product version improves the default file classification plug-in and adds support for new file types, improves the DiskSavvy Server GUI application and fixes a number of bugs.
6-Feb-2023 - Windows 11 problem with system threads causes the operating system to open tens of thousands of threads in the System process and consume all the system memory when processing large numbers of files stored on NAS servers or network storage devices.
17-Jan-2023 - DiskBoss 32-Bit vs. 64-Bit performance review compares the performance of the product on 32-Bit and 64-Bit versions of the Windows 10 operating system and quantifies how much performance can be gained by moving from a 32-Bit operating system to a 64-it operating system on the same hardware platform.