SQL 2000 Data & Log file info for all DB's

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Returns information about all the data / log files on a server, such as total file size, % used & free, etc.

Can be set to filter out db's you don't want to monitor.

When edited to allow the "update usage", numbers reported will be more accurate.

Note: if you edit to allow update usage and intend to run it against a production server, best to run after production hours.

Just copy and paste into Query Analyzer and run. Always test out any script on a non-production server, first.

I'm using this as a way to predict data file growth over time, against multiple servers.

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Create Table ##helpfile (
	ObsvDate datetime NULL,
	ServerName varchar(50) NULL,
	DbName varchar(100) NULL, 
	FileLogicalName varchar(100) NULL, 
	FileID int NULL,
	FileGroupID int NULL, 
	FilePath varchar(100) NULL, 
	FileGroupName varchar(50) NULL, 
	FileTotalSizeKB varchar(20) NULL, 
	FileMaxSizeSetting varchar(20) NULL, 
	FileGrowthSetting varchar(20) NULL, 
	FileUsage varchar(20) NULL,
	FileTotalSizeMB dec(19,4) NULL, 
	FileUsedSpaceMB dec(19,4) NULL, 
	FileFreeSpaceMB dec(19,4) NULL, 
	)

Create Table ##filestats (
	DbName varchar(100) NULL, 
	FileID int NULL, 
	FileGroupID int NULL, 
	FileTotalSizeMB  dec(19,4) NULL, 
	FileUsedSpaceMB  dec(19,4) NULL, 
	FileFreeSpaceMB  dec(19,4) NULL, 
	FileLogicalName varchar(100) NULL, 
	FilePath varchar(100) NULL
	)

Create Table ##sqlperf (
	DbName varchar(100) NULL,
	LogFileSizeMB dec(19,4) NULL,
	LogFileSpaceUsedpct dec(19,4) NULL,
	Status int NULL
	)

Insert ##sqlperf (DbName, LogFileSizeMB, LogFileSpaceUsedpct, Status) Exec ( 'DBCC SQLPERF ( LOGSPACE ) WITH NO_INFOMSGS ')

Exec sp_MSForeachDB 	
--@command1 = 'Use ?; DBCC UPDATEUSAGE(0)',
@command1 = 'Use ?;Insert ##helpfile (FileLogicalName, FileID, FilePath, FileGroupName, FileTotalSizeKB, FileMaxSizeSetting, FileGrowthSetting,FileUsage) Exec sp_helpfile; update ##helpfile set dbname = ''?'' where dbname is null', 
@command2 = 'Use ?;Insert  ##filestats (FileID, FileGroupID, FileTotalSizeMB, FileUsedSpaceMB, FileLogicalName, FilePath) exec (''DBCC SHOWFILESTATS WITH NO_INFOMSGS ''); update ##filestats set dbname = ''?'' where dbname is null'

-- remove any db's that we don't care about monitoring
Delete From ##filestats where charindex(dbname, 'master-model-pubs-northwind-distribution-msdb') > 0
Delete from ##helpfile where  charindex(dbname, 'master-model-pubs-northwind-distribution-msdb') > 0
Delete from ##sqlperf where  charindex(dbname, 'master-model-pubs-northwind-distribution-msdb') > 0

Update ##filestats set FileTotalSizeMB = Round(FileTotalSizeMB*64/1024,2), FileUsedSpaceMB = Round(FileUsedSpaceMB*64/1024,2) 
where FileFreeSpaceMB is null

Update ##filestats set FileFreeSpaceMB = FileTotalSizeMB - FileUsedSpaceMB 
where FileFreeSpaceMB is null

Update ##helpfile set FileGroupID = 0 Where FileUsage = 'log only'

Update ##helpfile set FileGroupID = b.FileGroupID,  FileTotalSizeMB = b.FileTotalSizeMB, FileUsedSpaceMB = b.FileUsedSpaceMB, FileFreeSpaceMB = b.FileFreeSpaceMB  
From ##helpfile a, ##filestats b

Where a.FilePath = b.FilePath and a.FileUsage = 'data only'

Update ##helpfile set FileTotalSizeMB = Round(Cast(replace(FileTotalSizeKB,' KB', '')as dec(19,4))/1024,2) 
where FileTotalSizeMB is NULL

Update ##helpfile set FileUsedSpaceMB = Round(FileTotalSizeMB * b.LogFileSpaceUsedpct * 0.01, 2), FileFreeSpaceMB = Round(FileTotalSizeMB * (100 - b.LogFileSpaceUsedpct) * 0.01, 2)  
From ##helpfile a, ##sqlperf b
Where a.dbname = b.dbname and a.FileUsage = 'log only'

DECLARE @obsvdate datetime
Set @obsvdate = getdate()
Update ##helpfile set ObsvDate = @obsvdate where ObsvDate is null


-- 97 : 122 = a to z
-- 65 : 90  = A to Z
Update ##helpfile Set FilePath = STUFF ( FilePath , 1 , 1 , Upper(Left(FilePath,1)) ) Where Unicode(Left(FilePath,1)) between 97 and 122

Update ##helpfile set servername = @@servername Where ServerName Is Null

Select ObsvDate,ServerName, DbName,FileLogicalName,FileID,FilePath,FileGroupID, FileGroupName, FileTotalSizeKB, FileTotalSizeMB, FileUsedSpaceMB,FileFreeSpaceMB, FileMaxSizeSetting, FileGrowthSetting,FileUsage from ##helpfile

Drop table ##helpfile
Drop table ##filestats
Drop table ##sqlperf


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