Boris Baliner

Quickly Viewing Available Space

As everyone moves to SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000, there are quite a few pieces of information that have moved and may give you trouble finding. Boris Balinger brings us a followup to his first look at some of those changes with a quick article on how you can get the free space in your database files.

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2006-06-06

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