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Monitor Database Growth

This code provides a way of monitoring the growth of all your databases within a single instance. The first part is the creation of a monitoring table with the initial load of current databases and sizes. The second part is the SQL that can be put in a scheduled job to automate the growth monitoring.It […]

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2007-05-16 (first published: )

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