T-SQL Script to find Free space By Database

This is one of the handy script to find the free space by each database. This is useful when you troubleshoot the database space issues.

 DECLARE @DatabaseInfo TABLE
( ServerName VARCHAR(100),
DatabaseName VARCHAR(100),
FileSizeMB INT,
LogicalFileName sysname,
PhysicalFileName NVARCHAR(520),
Status sysname,
Updateability sysname,
RecoveryMode sysname,
FreeSpaceMB INT,
FreeSpacePct VARCHAR(7),
FreeSpacePages INT,
PollDate datetime)</pre>
DECLARE @command VARCHAR(5000)

SELECT @command = 'Use [' + '?' + '] SELECT
@@servername as ServerName,
' + '''' + '?' + '''' + ' AS DatabaseName,
CAST(sysfiles.size/128.0 AS int) AS FileSize,
sysfiles.name AS LogicalFileName, sysfiles.filename AS PhysicalFileName,
CONVERT(sysname,DatabasePropertyEx(''?'',''Status'')) AS Status,
CONVERT(sysname,DatabasePropertyEx(''?'',''Updateability'')) AS Updateability,
CONVERT(sysname,DatabasePropertyEx(''?'',''Recovery'')) AS RecoveryMode,
CAST(sysfiles.size/128.0 - CAST(FILEPROPERTY(sysfiles.name, ' + '''' +
'SpaceUsed' + '''' + ' ) AS int)/128.0 AS int) AS FreeSpaceMB,
CAST(100 * (CAST (((sysfiles.size/128.0 -CAST(FILEPROPERTY(sysfiles.name,
' + '''' + 'SpaceUsed' + '''' + ' ) AS int)/128.0)/(sysfiles.size/128.0))
AS decimal(4,2))) AS varchar(8)) + ' + '''' + '%' + '''' + ' AS FreeSpacePct,
GETDATE() as PollDate FROM dbo.sysfiles'
INSERT INTO @DatabaseInfo
(ServerName,
DatabaseName,
FileSizeMB,
LogicalFileName,
PhysicalFileName,
Status,
Updateability,
RecoveryMode,
FreeSpaceMB,
FreeSpacePct,
PollDate)
EXEC sp_MSForEachDB @command

SELECT
ServerName,
DatabaseName,
FileSizeMB,
LogicalFileName,
PhysicalFileName,
Status,
Updateability,
RecoveryMode,
FreeSpaceMB,
FreeSpacePct,
PollDate
FROM @DatabaseInfo
ORDER BY FreeSpacePct DESC,
ServerName,
DatabaseName 

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My name is Ramasankar Molleti, and I have been working on sql server over 10 years, primarily focusing on Database Administration, Architect , Development and Business intelligence of sql server. I also hold various Microsoft certifications (Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, and Microsoft Certified Solution Associate). Disclaimer The views expressed on this website/blog are mine alone and do not reflect the views of my company. All postings on this blog are provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights. The owner of https://sqlram.wordpress.com will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. The owner will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information.
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