Get file sizes of database files and free space on disk – SQLServerCentral

— =============================================

— Author: Jonathan Roberts

— Create date: 2015-07-23

— Description: Script to display the database data and log file sizes 

—              and available space on the volume.

—              Can be run on a registered server group to get data for all database servers

— =============================================

GO



DECLARE @ServerVersion varchar(100)

SET @ServerVersion = CONVERT(varchar,SERVERPROPERTY(‘productversion’))

SET @ServerVersion = LEFT(@ServerVersion, CHARINDEX(‘.’,@ServerVersion, 4)-1)

–PRINT @ServerVersion

DECLARE @command nvarchar(2000)  

    

IF OBJECT_ID(‘tempdb..#FileData’,’U’) IS NOT NULL

BEGIN

    PRINT ‘Dropping #FileData’

    DROP TABLE tempdb..#FileData

END    



CREATE TABLE tempdb..#FileData

(

    [CurrentHost]                   varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [ClusterNodes]                  varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [DB]                            varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [FileType]                      varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [Name]                          varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [VolumeOrDrive]                 varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [FileName]                      varchar(250) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS NULL,

    [File Size (MB)]                decimal(15,2) NULL,

    [Space Used In File (MB)]       decimal(15,2) NULL,

    [Available Space In File (MB)]  decimal(15,2) NULL,

    [Drive Free Space (MB)]         decimal(15,2) NULL

)    

IF CONVERT(float, @ServerVersion) < 10.5 BEGIN ––2000, 2005, 2008



    IF OBJECT_ID(‘tempdb..#xp_fixeddrives’,’U’) IS NOT NULL

    BEGIN 

        PRINT ‘Dropping table #xp_fixeddrives’

        DROP TABLE #xp_fixeddrives;

    END



    CREATE TABLE #xp_fixeddrives

    (

        Drive   varchar(250),

        MBFree  int

    )

    

    INSERT INTO #xp_fixeddrives

    (

        Drive,

        MBFree

    )

    EXEC master..xp_fixeddrives  





    SET @command = ‘

    USE [?]

    INSERT INTO #FileData

    (

        [CurrentHost],

        [ClusterNodes],

        [DB],

        [FileType],

        [Name],

        [VolumeOrDrive],

        [FileName],

        [File Size (MB)],

        [Space Used In File (MB)],

        [Available Space In File (MB)],

        [Drive Free Space (MB)]

    )

    SELECT CONVERT(varchar(250), SERVERPROPERTY(”ComputerNamePhysicalNetBIOS”)) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS AS  [CurrentHost],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), ISNULL(STUFF((SELECT ”, ” + NodeName FROM fn_virtualservernodes() FOR XML PATH(””)), 1, 1, ”” ), ””)) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS AS [CluserNodes],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), DB_NAME())             COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS    [DB],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), df.type_desc)          COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS    [FileType],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), f.Name)                COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS    [Name],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), LEFT(f.FileName, 3))   COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS    [VolumeOrDrive],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), f.FileName)            COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS    [FileName],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND(f.Size/128.000, 2))                             [File Size (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND(FILEPROPERTY(f.Name,”SpaceUsed”)/128.000,2))  [Space Used In File (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND((f.Size-FILEPROPERTY(f.Name,”SpaceUsed”))/128.000,2))  [Available Space In File (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), d.MBFree) [Drive Free Space (MB)] 

      FROM dbo.sysfiles f WITH (NOLOCK)

     INNER JOIN sys.database_files df ON df.file_id = f.fileid 

      LEFT JOIN tempdb..#xp_fixeddrives d

             ON LEFT(f.FileName, 1) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS = d.Drive COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS;’

END

ELSE — SQL 2008R2+ (function sys.dm_os_volume_stats is available)

BEGIN

    SET @command = ‘USE [?]

    INSERT INTO #FileData

    (

        [CurrentHost],

        [ClusterNodes],

        [DB],

        [FileType],

        [Name],

        [VolumeOrDrive],

        [FileName],

        [File Size (MB)],

        [Space Used In File (MB)],

        [Available Space In File (MB)],

        [Drive Free Space (MB)]

    )

    SELECT CONVERT(varchar(250), SERVERPROPERTY(”ComputerNamePhysicalNetBIOS”)) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS AS [CurrentHost],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), ISNULL(STUFF((SELECT ”, ” + NodeName FROM fn_virtualservernodes() FOR XML PATH(””)), 1, 1, ”” ), ””)) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS AS [CluserNodes],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), DB_NAME(v.database_id)) COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS       [DB],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), df.type_desc)            COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS      [FileType],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), f.name)                 COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS       [Name],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), v.volume_mount_point)   COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS       [VolumeOrDrive],

           CONVERT(varchar(250), f.[Filename])           COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS       [Filename],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND(f.Size/128.000,2))                                  [File Size (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND(FILEPROPERTY(f.Name,”SpaceUsed”)/128.000,2))      [Space Used In File (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), ROUND((f.Size-FILEPROPERTY(f.Name,”SpaceUsed”))/128.000,2))    [Available Space In File (MB)],

           CONVERT(Decimal(15,2), v.available_bytes/1048576.0)                              [Drive Free Space (MB)]

      FROM sys.sysfiles f WITH (NOLOCK)

     INNER JOIN sys.database_files df ON df.file_id = f.fileid 

     CROSS APPLY sys.dm_os_volume_stats(DB_ID(), f.fileid) v;’

END — END IF



EXEC sp_MSforeachdb @command 



SELECT *

  FROM #FileData



DROP TABLE tempdb..#FileData

GO

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