Synced databases: determining sizes?

I have a few small databases synced via iCloud. iCloud reports that my DT storage is using a significant portion of the storage (1.9 GB). I’m trying to determine where all of this space is being used. I have tried looking at the space used on disk:

paul-> du -sh ~/Databases/ "/Users/paul/Library/Application Support/DEVONthink 3/Inbox.dtBase2"
793M	/Users/paul/Databases/
17M	/Users/paul/Library/Application Support/DEVONthink 3/Inbox.dtBase2

and some of the files in ~/Databases are not synced. How might I determine what is using so much space?

Are you indexing files into a database?

You should be looking at File > Database Properties for a more accurate view of how much sync data may be generated. The file size in the Finder is not a reliable gauge.

Thank you @BLUEFROG, I knew there was a way to get at that data, but it was escaping me.

It turns out that I had a number of databases that had bad syncs. I cleaned each of the stores resynced. My iCloud usage has now dropped to a much more reasonable 396 MB. My databases are now looking the same on all my machines!

Awesome and you’re welcome :slight_smile: