For SQL 2000. Scan frag. in all system indexes

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Similar to the script posted before, but this one is for system tables with indexes, not for user tables.

/*
**  Author: Rodrigo Acosta
**  Email: acosta_rodrigo@hotmail.com
**
**  Script to be included in a Job that manages fragmentation
**  in all system indexes in the executing database.
*/


Set Nocount On

/*
** *************Error Message Definition********************
*/

/* Declare Variables that wil be used for the error message */
Declare @Error_no Int
Declare @AddMessage Varchar(1500)

/* Calculates the last error number of the message */
Set @Error_no = (Select Top 1 error From master.dbo.sysmessages Order by error Desc)

/*
   First checks if the message that will be added exists.
   If it doesn't, calculates the available error number 
   and creates the message.
*/
If Not Exists
		(Select description from master.dbo.sysmessages
		Where description Like ('%View C:\Frag_Info.log for more info.'))
Begin
	/* 
	   If no user define error messages were added (Error < 50001).
	   Creates the message with the number 50001.
	*/
	If @Error_no < 50001
		Begin
			Set @Error_no = 50001
			Set @AddMessage = 'EXEC Sp_addmessage @msgnum=' + Convert(VarChar(5), @Error_no) + ', 
				   @severity=19,
				   @msgtext="%s index %s on table %s is %s percent fragmented. Consider re-building the index. View C:\Frag_Info.log for more info.",
				   @with_log=True'
			EXEC (@AddMessage)		
		End
	Else
	/*
	   If there is an used define error (Error > 50001). Calculates the
	   first available error number and creates the error message.
	*/
		Begin
			Set @Error_no = @Error_no + 1
			Set @AddMessage='EXEC Sp_addmessage @msgnum=' + Convert(VarChar(5), @Error_no) + ', 
				   @severity=19,
				   @msgtext="%s index %s on table %s is %s percent fragmented. Consider re-building the index. View C:\Frag_Info.log for more info.",
				   @with_log=True'
			EXEC (@AddMessage)
		End
End

/*
** *************Alert Definition********************
*/

/*
** If the Alerts Does not exists, it is created to response to the Error message 
** created before.
*/
If Not Exists
		(Select Name From msdb.dbo.sysalerts Where name = 'Fragmentation above 50% in user index.')
Begin
	EXECUTE msdb.dbo.sp_add_alert @name = 'Fragmentation above 50% in user index.',
						@message_id = @Error_no,
						@Severity = 0,
						@Enabled = 1,
						@delay_between_responses = 0,
						@category_name = '[Uncategorized]'
End


/*
** *************Selecting Sysindexes columns********************
*/


/*  Creates a Temp Table to hold the results from DBCC ShowContig   */

/*  Creates a Temp Table to show the results from DBCC ShowContig  */
Create Table #SaveResults
	(ObjectName Sysname,
	ObjectId int,
	IndexName Sysname,
	Indexid tinyint,
	[Level] int,
	Pages Int,
	[Rows] Int,
	MinimumRecordSize Int,
	MaximumRecordSize Int,
	AverageRecordSize Int,
	ForwardedRecords Int,
	Extents Int,
	ExtentSwitches Int,
	AverageFreeBytes Int,
	AveragePageDensity Int,
	ScanDensity Int,
	BestCount tinyint,
	ActualCount TinyInt,
	LogFragmentation TinyInt,
	ExtentFragmentation Int)

/*  Creates a Temp Table to show the modified results from DBCC ShowContig   */
Create Table ##ShowResults
	(TableName sysname,
	IndexName sysname,
	IndexType Varchar (12),
	[%Frag] TinyInt,
	Defrag VarChar (3),
	Pages Int,
	AvgFreeBytes Int)	

/* 
   Declares a cursor and variables that holds the table and index Type  (Clustered or Nonclustered) 
   and the FillFactor (original) from user tables with indexes.
*/   
Declare @TableName sysname
Declare @IndexName sysname
Declare vCursor Cursor For
			Select 	Object_name (i.id) As 'TableName',
							i.name As 'IndexName'				 			
			From Sysindexes i Inner Join sysobjects o
			On i.id=o.id
			Where (Indid = 1 Or Indid Between 2 And 250) And xtype = 'S'

Declare @cmdDBCC Varchar (200)


Open vCursor
Fetch Next From vCursor Into @TableName, @IndexName
While @@Fetch_Status = 0
	Begin
		Set @cmdDBCC = 'DBCC ShowContig (' + @TableName + ', ' + @IndexName + 
				') With TableResults'
		Insert #SaveResults
		Exec (@cmdDBCC)		
		/*  Fills the #SaveResults Table with all the results of the execution*/
		Fetch Next From vCursor Into @TableName, @IndexName		
	End

/*  Close the cursor because it don't use it anymore   */
Close vCursor
Deallocate Vcursor

/*  Declare variables to save info from the #SaveResults   */
Declare @ObjectName Sysname 				 
Declare @IndexName2 Sysname
Declare @ScanDensity Int
Declare @IndexType Varchar(13)
Declare @Pages  Int
Declare @AverageFreeBytes Int
Declare @Rows Int
Declare @Defrag Char(3)
Declare vCursor2 Cursor For 
			Select ObjectName, IndexName, ScanDensity, 
			[IndexType]=
				Case
					When IndexId = 1 Then 'Clustered'
					Else 'NonClustered'
				End
			, 
			Pages, [Rows], AverageFreeBytes
			From #SaveResults
Open vCursor2
Fetch Next From vCursor2 Into @ObjectName, @IndexName2, @ScanDensity, @IndexType, 
				@Pages, @Rows, @AverageFreeBytes
		
While @@Fetch_Status = 0
Begin
	/* If fragmentation is above 50 % Then fire the error */
	If @ScanDensity < 50 
		Begin
			/* Builts the raise error sentence  */
			Declare @Raise Varchar(150)
			Set @Defrag = 'Yes'
			Set @Raise = 'Raiserror (' + Convert(Varchar(10),@Error_no) +
			', 18, 1,' + ''''  + @IndexType + '''' + ',' + '''' +  @IndexName2+ '''' + ',' + '''' +
			 @ObjectName + '''' + ',' + '''' + Convert(Varchar(20),@ScanDensity) + '''' + ')'
			EXEC (@Raise)
		End
	/*  If not just alter the variable  to indicate no defragmentation is needed*/
	Else
		Begin
		Set @Defrag = 'No'
	End

	/*  Insert the results into the temp table created to show the results  */	
	Insert ##ShowResults
		Values
		(@ObjectName, @IndexName2, @IndexType, 
		@ScanDensity, @Defrag, @Pages, 
		@AverageFreeBytes)		

	Fetch Next From vCursor2 Into @ObjectName, @IndexName2, @ScanDensity, @IndexType, 
				@Pages, @Rows, @AverageFreeBytes
End

Close vCursor2
Deallocate vCursor2

Drop Table #SaveResults

/*
** *************Log File generation********************
*/
Declare @cmd Varchar(1000)
Set @cmd=' EXEC master.dbo.xp_cmdShell ' + '''' + 
	'OSQL -E -q"Set Nocount On Select Substring(@@ServerName,1,20) as [Executed On Server:] Select Substring(db_name(),1,20) ' + 
	'AS [Executed On Database:] Select Getdate() as [LogFile generated with the ' + 
	'results of fragmentation in all user Indexes. Date:] Select ' + 
	'SubString(TableName,1,20) as TableName,IndexType, Substring(IndexName,1,20) ' + 
	'as IndexName, [%Frag] as [%Defrag] , Defrag As [Need Defrag.?]  from ##ShowResults" -oC:\Frag_Info.log' + ''''
EXEC (@cmd)
Drop Table ##ShowResults

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