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Alert on Table size

I need to create an alert on my application table when it reaches 98% of its threshold. I wrote an SP which checks the rows and logs the information into a log file which was monitored by alert system ...
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Insert 2 output result sets from sp_spaceused into Temp Table (SQL Server non-2016)

sp_spaceused, when executed without any parameters, produces 2 result sets database_name, database_size, unallocated_size reserved, data, index_space, unused Usually when you execute some SP, you ...
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Database Size Troubleshooting

I have a SQL Server database and the .MDF file is almost 9GB in size. However, the data and indexes only seem to be taking up a little over 1GB. I've shrunk the database (with and without ...
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MongoDB conditional query for array $size

I have a user collection, and each user has different number of id_cards, all id_cards are stored in an array, I can get all users that have 7 id_card by using array $size operator, how do I get the ...
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Considerable size difference between mysql versions

We usually employ different MySQL versions for different scenarios. And I realized that similar databases, whith the same amount of tables and data, just because of different mysql versions differs in ...
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Calculating table size

I'm trying to follow these steps: Space estimation to estimate the size of my table that I'm creating. I specified an INITIAL as 1M and using the steps above I have the following estimations: ...
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How can I estimate the size of a new table?

We have tables with a lot of data (50M new rows each month, just in one table). Now I want to know what would be the impact of adding a new column to those tables, or creating a new table. Something ...