Jeff Weisbecker

Find Duplicate Indexes

There are plenty of scripts out there that find duplicate indexes, but they all seem to use cursors.  I didn't want to use a cursor so I ended up creating a few that could handle the duplicates and decided to share this one.  This will return the table name and the names of the two […]

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2003-12-04

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GetFileInfo2

An Improved version of GetFileInfo that now includes the space utilization of each datafile.  Provides more detail per file.  Predict when your files are going to grow!! Both data and log files. This script organizes information about the database files on the server.   A cursor is used to get the information from each database.  The […]

2002-06-28

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Get File Info

This script organizes information about the database files on the server.   A cursor is used to get the information from each database.  The information is reported in Megabytes, including the next allocation from disk.  No bells and whistles...and if I can find how dbcc showfilestats works I will add the amount of space used in […]

2002-06-24

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