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Database growth

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Hi,

I need to find the Database growth while doing reindexing the Db
i have 2 Dbs including the Temp db and one more Db,
How do i find out the growth

regds
Shine
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The Stored procedure which is already available on this site might serve your purpose.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/Maintenance+and+Management/31929/

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You can look at the size and growth columns in sys.database_files before and after the reindexing.

Regards,
Andras



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If your using SQL Server 2005 SP2 and have the default trace enabled still you can Right click the database choose "Reports" > "Disk Usage" , that will tell you the increments for the autogrow feature for all files and logs.
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I would use the Report "Disk Usage" on the Reporting Server (url).
You have a downloadlink for this report?
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