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Monitor SharePoint Content Database Growth


Monitor SharePoint Content Database Growth

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According to Microsoft SharePoint best practices for databases I should alter the content databases when they reach 100 GB. Is there a way to setup a alert of some sort to notify me when these databases reach a certain size? I would prefer not to have to manual check everyday. I was thinking of a alert or trigger that would email me through Database Mail when the databases reach 80 or 90 GB.

Has anyone had to alter their SharePoint Content databases due to size?
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This should give you an idea of how to set an alert

http://www.databasejournal.com/features/mssql/article.php/1498781/SQL-Server-Agent---Creating-Performance-Condition-Alerts-on-Database-Server-Objects.htm

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Create new alert
Select type: SQL Server performance condition alert
Object: SQLServerBigGrinatabases
Counter: Data File Size
Instance:
Alert if counter > 100000 (KB)


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Follow the steps mentioned in this post:-

How to monitor SharePoint Database Size
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