Finding the area occupied by the table in the database on the computer

You can find the following SQL query:

USE <Veritabanı Adı>
GO
exec dbo.dba_SpaceUsed null, ‘<Veritabanı Adı>’
GO

 

To run this query should be added to the following Stored Procedure.

 

if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects where id = object_id(N'[dbo].[dba_SpaceUsed]’) and OBJECTPROPERTY(id, N’IsProcedure’) = 1)
drop procedure [dbo].[dba_SpaceUsed]
GO

SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO

CREATE PROC [dbo].[dba_SpaceUsed]

@SourceDB varchar ( 128 ) = null — Optional database name
— If omitted, the current database is reported.
, @SortBy char(1) = ‘S’ — N for name, S for Size
— T for table name

/* Returns a table with the space used in all tables of the
*  database.  It’s reported with the schema information unlike
*  the system procedure sp_spaceuse.
*
*  sp_spaceused is used to perform the calculations to ensure
*  that the numbers match what SQL Server would report.
*
*  Compatible with sQL Server 2000 and 2005
*
* Example:
exec dbo.dba_SpaceUsed null, ‘N’
*
* © Copyright 2007 Andrew Novick http://www.NovickSoftware.com
* This software is provided as is without warrentee of any kind.
* You may use this procedure in any of your SQL Server databases
* including databases that you sell, so long as they contain
* other unrelated database objects. You may not publish this
* procedure either in print or electronically.
******************************************************************/
AS

SET NOCOUNT ON

DECLARE @sql nvarchar (4000)

IF @SourceDB IS NULL BEGIN
SET @SourceDB = DB_NAME () — The current DB
END

——————————————————–
— Create and fill a list of the tables in the database.

CREATE TABLE #Tables (    [schema] sysname
, TabName sysname )

SELECT @sql = ‘insert #tables ([schema], [TabName])
select TABLE_SCHEMA, TABLE_NAME
from [‘+ @SourceDB +’].INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES
where TABLE_TYPE = ”BASE TABLE”’
EXEC (@sql)

—————————————————————
— #TabSpaceTxt Holds the results of sp_spaceused.
— It Doesn’t have Schema Info!
CREATE TABLE #TabSpaceTxt (
TabName sysname
, [Rows] varchar (11)
, Reserved varchar (18)
, Data varchar (18)
, Index_Size varchar ( 18 )
, Unused varchar ( 18 )
)

—————————————————————
— The result table, with numeric results and Schema name.
CREATE TABLE #TabSpace ( [Schema] sysname
, TabName sysname
, [Rows] bigint
, ReservedMB numeric(18,3)
, DataMB numeric(18,3)
, Index_SizeMB numeric(18,3)
, UnusedMB numeric(18,3)
)

DECLARE @Tab sysname — table name
, @Sch sysname — owner,schema

DECLARE TableCursor CURSOR FOR
SELECT [SCHEMA], TabNAME
FROM #tables

OPEN TableCursor;
FETCH TableCursor into @Sch, @Tab;

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0 BEGIN

SELECT @sql = ‘exec [‘ + @SourceDB
+ ‘]..sp_executesql N”insert #TabSpaceTxt exec sp_spaceused ‘
+ ””'[‘ + @Sch + ‘].[‘ + @Tab + ‘]’ + ””””;

Delete from #TabSpaceTxt; — Stores 1 result at a time
EXEC (@sql);

INSERT INTO #TabSpace
SELECT @Sch
, [TabName]
, convert(bigint, rows)
, convert(numeric(18,3), convert(numeric(18,3),
left(reserved, len(reserved)-3)) / 1024.0)
ReservedMB
, convert(numeric(18,3), convert(numeric(18,3),
left(data, len(data)-3)) / 1024.0) DataMB
, convert(numeric(18,3), convert(numeric(18,3),
left(index_size, len(index_size)-3)) / 1024.0)
Index_SizeMB
, convert(numeric(18,3), convert(numeric(18,3),
left(unused, len([Unused])-3)) / 1024.0)
[UnusedMB]
FROM #TabSpaceTxt;

FETCH TableCursor into @Sch, @Tab;
END;

CLOSE TableCursor;
DEALLOCATE TableCursor;

—————————————————–
— Caller specifies sort, Default is size
IF @SortBy = ‘N’ — Use Schema then Table Name
SELECT * FROM #TabSpace
ORDER BY [Schema] asc, [TabName] asc
ELSE IF @SortBy = ‘T’  — Table name, then schema
SELECT * FROM #TabSpace
ORDER BY [TabName] asc, [Schema] asc
ELSE  — S, NULL, or whatever get’s the default
SELECT * FROM #TabSpace
ORDER BY ReservedMB desc
;

DROP TABLE #Tables
DROP TABLE #TabSpaceTxt
DROP TABLE #TabSpace

GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF
GO
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO