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sp_SDS Stored Procedure updated to work with SQL Server 2008 R2 & SQL Server 2012

Dec
19

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A colleague of mines Derek Wade modified Richard Ding’s sp_SDS stored procedure to work with SQL Server 2008 R2 & SQL Server 2012. You can run the original stored procedure on SQL Server 2008 R2 however the report would be blank because there is version information in query for SQL Server 2008 R2 and this version information is expected. This version information has been updated to include SQL Server 2008 R2 & SQL Server 2012.

This is a great stored procedure that generates a report like the one shown below. More information on the original stored procedure can be found here: http://www.allthefixes.com/stored-procedure-to-create-report-on-database-and-logfile-size-in-sql-server

Sample Report:

The following changes were made to the stored procedure so it can support SQL Server R2.

To run the stored procedure after it is created use the following query:

USE master;
EXEC dbo.sp_SDS;


sp_SDS – Updated for SQL Server 2008 R2

Run this DDL Query against the Master database to create the stored procedure:


USE master; 
GO 
  
IF OBJECT_ID('dbo.sp_SDS', 'P') IS NOT NULL
  DROP PROCEDURE dbo.sp_SDS; 
GO 
  
CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.sp_SDS 
  @TargetDatabase nvarchar(128) = NULL,  --  NULL: all dbs 
  @Level varchar(10) = 'Database',       --  or "File" 
  @UpdateUsage bit = 0,                  --  default no update 
  @Unit char(2) = 'MB'                   --  Megabytes, Kilobytes or Gigabytes 
AS
  
/************************************************************************************************** 
** 
**  author: Richard Ding 
**  date:   4/8/2008 
**  usage:  list db size AND path w/o SUMmary 
**  test code: sp_SDS   --  default behavior 
**             sp_SDS 'maAster'
**             sp_SDS NULL, NULL, 0 
**             sp_SDS NULL, 'file', 1, 'GB'
**             sp_SDS 'Test_snapshot', 'Database', 1 
**             sp_SDS 'Test', 'File', 0, 'kb'
**             sp_SDS 'pfaids', 'Database', 0, 'gb'
**             sp_SDS 'tempdb', NULL, 1, 'kb'
** 
**************************************************************************************************/ 
  
SET NOCOUNT ON; 
  
IF @TargetDatabase IS NOT NULL AND DB_ID(@TargetDatabase) IS NULL
  BEGIN
    RAISERROR(15010, -1, -1, @TargetDatabase); 
    RETURN (-1) 
  END
  
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo', 'U') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo; 
  
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats', 'U') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats; 
  
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.##Tbl_ValidDbs', 'U') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE dbo.##Tbl_ValidDbs; 
  
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.##Tbl_Logs', 'U') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE dbo.##Tbl_Logs; 
  
CREATE TABLE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo ( 
  DatabaseName sysname NULL, 
  [type] VARCHAR(10) NULL, 
  LogicalName sysname NULL, 
  T dec(10, 2) NULL, 
  U dec(10, 2) NULL, 
  [U(%)] dec(5, 2) NULL, 
  F dec(10, 2) NULL, 
  [F(%)] dec(5, 2) NULL, 
  PhysicalName nvarchar(255) NULL ); 
  
CREATE TABLE dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats ( 
  Id int identity, 
  DatabaseName sysname NULL, 
  FileId int NULL, 
  FileGroup int NULL, 
  TotalExtents bigint NULL, 
  UsedExtents bigint NULL, 
  Name sysname NULL, 
  FileName nvarchar(255) NULL ); 
  
CREATE TABLE dbo.##Tbl_ValidDbs ( 
  Id int identity, 
  Dbname sysname NULL ); 
  
CREATE TABLE dbo.##Tbl_Logs ( 
  DatabaseName sysname NULL, 
  LogSize dec (10, 2) NULL, 
  LogSpaceUsedPercent dec (5, 2) NULL, 
  Status int NULL ); 
  
DECLARE @Ver varchar(20), 
        @DatabaseName sysname, 
        @Ident_last int, 
        @String varchar(2000), 
        @BaseString varchar(2000); 
  
SELECT @DatabaseName = '', 
       @Ident_last = 0, 
       @String = '', 
       @Ver = CASE WHEN @@VERSION LIKE '%9.0%' THEN 'SQL 2005'
                   WHEN @@VERSION LIKE '%8.0%' THEN 'SQL 2000'
                   WHEN @@VERSION LIKE '%10.0%' THEN 'SQL 2008'
                   WHEN @@VERSION LIKE '%10.5%' THEN 'SQL 2008 R2'
                   WHEN @@VERSION LIKE '%11.0%' THEN 'SQL 2012'
              END; 
  
SELECT @BaseString = 
' SELECT DB_NAME(), ' + 
CASE WHEN @Ver = 'SQL 2000' THEN 'CASE WHEN status & 0x40 = 0x40 THEN ''Log''  ELSE ''Data'' END'
  ELSE ' CASE type WHEN 0 THEN ''Data'' WHEN 1 THEN ''Log'' WHEN 4 THEN ''Full-text'' ELSE ''reserved'' END' END + 
', name, ' + 
CASE WHEN @Ver = 'SQL 2000' THEN 'filename' ELSE 'physical_name' END + 
', size*8.0/1024.0 FROM ' + 
CASE WHEN @Ver = 'SQL 2000' THEN 'sysfiles' ELSE 'sys.database_files' END + 
' WHERE '
+ CASE WHEN @Ver = 'SQL 2000' THEN ' HAS_DBACCESS(DB_NAME()) = 1' ELSE 'state_desc = ''ONLINE''' END + ''; 
  
SELECT @String = 'INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_ValidDbs SELECT name FROM ' + 
                 CASE WHEN @Ver = 'SQL 2000' THEN 'master.dbo.sysdatabases'
                      WHEN @Ver IN ('SQL 2005', 'SQL 2008', 'SQL 2008 R2', 'SQL 2012') THEN 'master.sys.databases'
                 END + ' WHERE HAS_DBACCESS(name) = 1 ORDER BY name ASC'; 
EXEC (@String); 
  
INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_Logs EXEC ('DBCC SQLPERF (LOGSPACE) WITH NO_INFOMSGS'); 
  
--  For data part 
IF @TargetDatabase IS NOT NULL
  BEGIN
    SELECT @DatabaseName = @TargetDatabase; 
    IF @UpdateUsage <> 0 AND DATABASEPROPERTYEX (@DatabaseName,'Status') = 'ONLINE'
          AND DATABASEPROPERTYEX (@DatabaseName, 'Updateability') <> 'READ_ONLY'
      BEGIN
        SELECT @String = 'USE [' + @DatabaseName + '] DBCC UPDATEUSAGE (0)'; 
        PRINT '*** ' + @String + ' *** '; 
        EXEC (@String); 
        PRINT ''; 
      END
  
    SELECT @String = 'INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo (DatabaseName, type, LogicalName, PhysicalName, T) ' + @BaseString;  
  
    INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats (FileId, FileGroup, TotalExtents, UsedExtents, Name, FileName) 
          EXEC ('USE [' + @DatabaseName + '] DBCC SHOWFILESTATS WITH NO_INFOMSGS'); 
    EXEC ('USE [' + @DatabaseName + '] ' + @String); 
  
    UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats SET DatabaseName = @DatabaseName; 
  END
ELSE
  BEGIN
    WHILE 1 = 1 
      BEGIN
        SELECT TOP 1 @DatabaseName = Dbname FROM dbo.##Tbl_ValidDbs WHERE Dbname > @DatabaseName ORDER BY Dbname ASC; 
        IF @@ROWCOUNT = 0 
          BREAK; 
        IF @UpdateUsage <> 0 AND DATABASEPROPERTYEX (@DatabaseName, 'Status') = 'ONLINE'
              AND DATABASEPROPERTYEX (@DatabaseName, 'Updateability') <> 'READ_ONLY'
          BEGIN
            SELECT @String = 'DBCC UPDATEUSAGE (''' + @DatabaseName + ''') '; 
            PRINT '*** ' + @String + '*** '; 
            EXEC (@String); 
            PRINT ''; 
          END
  
        SELECT @Ident_last = ISNULL(MAX(Id), 0) FROM dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats; 
  
        SELECT @String = 'INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo (DatabaseName, type, LogicalName, PhysicalName, T) ' + @BaseString;  
  
        EXEC ('USE [' + @DatabaseName + '] ' + @String); 
  
        INSERT INTO dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats (FileId, FileGroup, TotalExtents, UsedExtents, Name, FileName) 
          EXEC ('USE [' + @DatabaseName + '] DBCC SHOWFILESTATS WITH NO_INFOMSGS'); 
  
        UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats SET DatabaseName = @DatabaseName WHERE Id BETWEEN @Ident_last + 1 AND @@IDENTITY; 
      END
  END
  
--  set used size for data files, do not change total obtained from sys.database_files as it has for log files 
UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo 
SET U = s.UsedExtents*8*8/1024.0 
FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo t JOIN dbo.##Tbl_DbFileStats s 
ON t.LogicalName = s.Name AND s.DatabaseName = t.DatabaseName; 
  
--  set used size and % values for log files: 
UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo 
SET [U(%)] = LogSpaceUsedPercent, 
U = T * LogSpaceUsedPercent/100.0 
FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo t JOIN dbo.##Tbl_Logs l 
ON l.DatabaseName = t.DatabaseName 
WHERE t.type = 'Log'; 
  
UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo SET F = T - U, [U(%)] = U*100.0/T; 
  
UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo SET [F(%)] = F*100.0/T; 
  
IF UPPER(ISNULL(@Level, 'DATABASE')) = 'FILE'
  BEGIN
    IF @Unit = 'KB'
      UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo 
      SET T = T * 1024, U = U * 1024, F = F * 1024; 
  
    IF @Unit = 'GB'
      UPDATE dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo 
      SET T = T / 1024, U = U / 1024, F = F / 1024; 
  
    SELECT DatabaseName AS 'Database', 
      type AS 'Type', 
      LogicalName, 
      T AS 'Total', 
      U AS 'Used', 
      [U(%)] AS 'Used (%)', 
      F AS 'Free', 
      [F(%)] AS 'Free (%)', 
      PhysicalName 
      FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo 
      WHERE DatabaseName LIKE ISNULL(@TargetDatabase, '%') 
      ORDER BY DatabaseName ASC, type ASC; 
  
    SELECT CASE WHEN @Unit = 'GB' THEN 'GB' WHEN @Unit = 'KB' THEN 'KB' ELSE 'MB' END AS 'SUM', 
        SUM (T) AS 'TOTAL', SUM (U) AS 'USED', SUM (F) AS 'FREE' FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo; 
  END
  
IF UPPER(ISNULL(@Level, 'DATABASE')) = 'DATABASE'
  BEGIN
    DECLARE @Tbl_Final TABLE ( 
      DatabaseName sysname NULL, 
      TOTAL dec (10, 2), 
      [=] char(1), 
      used dec (10, 2), 
      [used (%)] dec (5, 2), 
      [+] char(1), 
      free dec (10, 2), 
      [free (%)] dec (5, 2), 
      [==] char(2), 
      Data dec (10, 2), 
      Data_Used dec (10, 2), 
      [Data_Used (%)] dec (5, 2), 
      Data_Free dec (10, 2), 
      [Data_Free (%)] dec (5, 2), 
      [++] char(2), 
      Log dec (10, 2), 
      Log_Used dec (10, 2), 
      [Log_Used (%)] dec (5, 2), 
      Log_Free dec (10, 2), 
      [Log_Free (%)] dec (5, 2) ); 
  
    INSERT INTO @Tbl_Final 
      SELECT x.DatabaseName, 
           x.Data + y.Log AS 'TOTAL', 
           '=' AS '=', 
           x.Data_Used + y.Log_Used AS 'U', 
           (x.Data_Used + y.Log_Used)*100.0 / (x.Data + y.Log)  AS 'U(%)', 
           '+' AS '+', 
           x.Data_Free + y.Log_Free AS 'F', 
           (x.Data_Free + y.Log_Free)*100.0 / (x.Data + y.Log)  AS 'F(%)', 
           '==' AS '==', 
           x.Data, 
           x.Data_Used, 
           x.Data_Used*100/x.Data AS 'D_U(%)', 
           x.Data_Free, 
           x.Data_Free*100/x.Data AS 'D_F(%)', 
           '++' AS '++', 
           y.Log, 
           y.Log_Used, 
           y.Log_Used*100/y.Log AS 'L_U(%)', 
           y.Log_Free, 
           y.Log_Free*100/y.Log AS 'L_F(%)'
      FROM
      ( SELECT d.DatabaseName, 
               SUM(d.T) AS 'Data', 
               SUM(d.U) AS 'Data_Used', 
               SUM(d.F) AS 'Data_Free'
          FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo d WHERE d.type = 'Data' GROUP BY d.DatabaseName ) AS x 
      JOIN
      ( SELECT l.DatabaseName, 
               SUM(l.T) AS 'Log', 
               SUM(l.U) AS 'Log_Used', 
               SUM(l.F) AS 'Log_Free'
          FROM dbo.##Tbl_CombinedInfo l WHERE l.type = 'Log' GROUP BY l.DatabaseName ) AS y 
      ON x.DatabaseName = y.DatabaseName; 
  
    IF @Unit = 'KB'
      UPDATE @Tbl_Final SET TOTAL = TOTAL * 1024, 
      used = used * 1024, 
      free = free * 1024, 
      Data = Data * 1024, 
      Data_Used = Data_Used * 1024, 
      Data_Free = Data_Free * 1024, 
      Log = Log * 1024, 
      Log_Used = Log_Used * 1024, 
      Log_Free = Log_Free * 1024; 
  
     IF @Unit = 'GB'
      UPDATE @Tbl_Final SET TOTAL = TOTAL / 1024, 
      used = used / 1024, 
      free = free / 1024, 
      Data = Data / 1024, 
      Data_Used = Data_Used / 1024, 
      Data_Free = Data_Free / 1024, 
      Log = Log / 1024, 
      Log_Used = Log_Used / 1024, 
      Log_Free = Log_Free / 1024; 
  
      DECLARE @GrantTotal dec(11, 2); 
      SELECT @GrantTotal = SUM(TOTAL) FROM @Tbl_Final; 
  
      SELECT
      CONVERT(dec(10, 2), [email protected]) AS 'WEIGHT (%)', 
      DatabaseName AS 'DATABASE', 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), used) + '  (' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), [used (%)]) + ' %)' AS 'USED  (%)', 
      [+], 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), free) + '  (' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), [free (%)]) + ' %)' AS 'FREE  (%)', 
      [=], 
      TOTAL, 
      [=], 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), Data) + '  (' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), Data_Used) + ',  ' + 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), [Data_Used (%)]) + '%)' AS 'DATA  (used,  %)', 
      [+], 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), Log) + '  (' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), Log_Used) + ',  ' + 
      CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), [Log_Used (%)]) + '%)' AS 'LOG  (used,  %)'
        FROM @Tbl_Final 
        WHERE DatabaseName LIKE ISNULL(@TargetDatabase, '%') 
        ORDER BY DatabaseName ASC; 
  
    IF @TargetDatabase IS NULL
      SELECT CASE WHEN @Unit = 'GB' THEN 'GB' WHEN @Unit = 'KB' THEN 'KB' ELSE 'MB' END AS 'SUM', 
      SUM (used) AS 'USED', 
      SUM (free) AS 'FREE', 
      SUM (TOTAL) AS 'TOTAL', 
      SUM (Data) AS 'DATA', 
      SUM (Log) AS 'LOG'
      FROM @Tbl_Final; 
  END
  
RETURN (0) 
  
GO




 




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