150 - 500 MB of free physical RAM for the monitoring process
The amount of RAM needed will go up and down during the monitoring cycles. Every few minutes the monitoring service flushes unneeded memory to keep the process size small. RAM usage will increase when running certain data intensive reports. However, the increase will be temporary
700 MB - 10 GB* of disk space
The amount of required disk space varies widely based on the amount of data to store in the database. The program files are approximately 650 MB, and report files and logs are roughly 50 MB.
* The amount of I/O activity to be tracked and the length of time the data is kept has a large impact on database size.
You configure the target CPU usage
The Settings dialog lets you specify a target CPU Usage %. In general the monitoring service will attempt to keep CPU usage at or below that level. Occasionally, when flushing data to the database or when running large reports, the CPU Usage can spike higher, but that will be temporary and should not have an impact on the system.
The recommended hardware configurations for your version of Windows will be sufficient for PA File Sight.
The Product Security page can answer any questions you might have regarding monitoring security.
Since PA File Sight is so quick and easy to install, downloading and trying it
is probably the easiest way to see exactly how it will behave in your environment
with your configuration.
Windows 10 Compatibility Statement
PA File Sight is supported by Power Admin LLC on the following editions of Windows 10 - Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Education, and Windows 10 Enterprise. PA File Sight is
supported on the in-market supported servicing branches of Windows 10 including - Current Branch and Current Branch for Business.
“[ PA Server Monitor's benefit is less] wasted labor in tracking what was unbillable - that now ADDS a LOT more BILLABLE time addressing issues we just could not get to before - making networks we manage much more stable and reliable. WE do a BETTER job for our clients and capture time we basically 'gave away' before.”