Confluence provides a half decent search functionality which would at the very least supply some of the information you are after.
Alternatively if you are a bit more technical you can make rest calls using the Confluence Rest API and CQL which should get you the information you require.
If you want an easier solution you could use a paid 3rd party application like ScriptRunner which provides a CQL macro and CQL search bar.
So you could do a CQL search, something like:
created > startOfMonth() and type = attachment and space = ds
This will return some numbers, but if you want a graphical chart you can just input the numbers in a chart.
If you want it automated with a chart you will probably have to try and find a 3rd party application on the Confluence marketplace or write something yourself.
Not sure if you are refering to CQL or a normal search.
To list all the attachments of a specific space via CQL simply use:
type = attachment and space = ds
CQL supports wild-cards but I suggest you look at the documentation.
To show all the attachments in a space via a traditional search, you don't need to type anything in the search bar, just use the filters on the side bar.
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