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How to find initial size of the database file and log file in sql server?


How to find initial size of the database file and log file in sql server?

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For SQL Server 2000, i want to find the initial size of the database file and the transaction log file. How do i find it?

In the enterprise manager-->DB properties the initial size label is misleading, it shows the current size of the db, but not the initial size.

I tried searching for answers on google and this forum but did not find anything.

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In SQL Server, each new database created is a copy of the model DB.
This applies to tables, stored procedures, and file sizes.

So if you want every new DBs to be 100 data / 50 log, set the model db to 100 data / 50 log.

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In views\systemviews for your database there is a sys.sysfiles view that contains that information.t in SQL Server 2008. Previous versions I'm not sure about.
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