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Database Space Capacity Planning


Database Space Capacity Planning

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Top stuff Cool

Now for SQL Server 2000, I would do ... ErmmCrying

Hope this helps
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Interesting stuff. we have something similar using SQL agent jobs, and SSRS.

Unless I missed it, the prediciton doesn't seem to have methods for predicting impact of reindexing and check database activities. Do you have metrics for establishing the peak DB size, or else of predicting the space required for that? We find that it is during the maintenance that our space alerts (85%, 90% etc.) most commonly trigger.
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Unless I'm mistaken the script to create the stored procedures in not present in the download.
Is this just me or has anyone else noticed?
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Yes the script for the stored procedures is missing from the downloads
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Supurb Article, I was looking for such article.
Do you have SQL Server 2000 scripts for the same

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Somehow I left out the two creation statements for the procedures from the download. The definition for both procedures db_space_capacity_sp and vol_space_capacity_sp are included in the article. I've corrected the download to include the file spacedm.procedures.sql. It may take a few days for the update to be published. I've also uploaded a corrected download to my blog, here



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That's good stuff

It's better to fail while trying, rather than fail without trying!!!
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shashi kant (10/13/2009)
Supurb Article, I was looking for such article.
Do you have SQL Server 2000 scripts for the same

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The code works and has been tested against 2000, 2005 and 2008 servers. The backend repository must be 2005 or 2008. If you don't have a 2005 or 2008 SQL Server, SQL Express will work. Additionally the only pieces that are 2005/2008 specific are the CTEs used in the forecasting procedures. If you really want to use a 2000 repository you could rewrite these queries to uses subqueries instead of CTEs. The other piece that is 2008 specific are the SSRS reports. The reports are very basic and could be re-created using the SSRS wizard for 2000 or 2005 SSRS. Here again a SQL 2008 Express with Advanced Services (includes SSRS) would suffice.



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Hi

When i execute spaceanalysis.job it fails with the below or is it me

Msg 206, Level 16, State 2, Procedure sp_add_jobstep, Line 0
Operand type clash: int is incompatible with uniqueidentifier

It's better to fail while trying, rather than fail without trying!!!
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