Kenneth Igiri

Kenneth Igiri is an Enterprise Architect with almost two decades of experience in Information Technology with nine of those years focused on SQL Server and Oracle databases. His interests include Database Performance, HADR, Cloud Computing, Data Architecture and Enterprise Architecture. Asides from his day job, Kenneth teaches at Youth Church, writes faith-based fiction and works as a Strategy Coach. You can connect with Kenneth via his blog https://kennethigiri.com, LinkedIn or YouTube (@kenigiri).
  • Interests: Strategy, Small Business, Creative Writing
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SQL Server 2016: The New @OneResultSet Parameter in SP_SpaceUsed

EXEC SP_SPACEUSED can return only one result set if you want it to. This is possible using a new parameter in SQL Server 2016. If are familiar with the inbuilt stored procedure sp_spaceused, I am sure you will find this new parameter quite useful.

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