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How to list disk drives with total and free space?

01 Sep

Execute the following Microsoft SQL
Server T-SQL script to create a table-valued function and a stored procedure to
list all drives with total disk space and free disk space. Note that the
table-valued function “join”-ed with a CROSS APPLY in the sproc to obtain the
final results.

*

— Turn on OLE automation if not on

exec sp_configure ‘show advanced options’, 1

go

RECONFIGURE

GO

exec sp_configure ‘Ole Automation Procedures’, 1

GO

RECONFIGURE

GO

*/

CREATE FUNCTION fnTotalDriveSpace

(@DriveLetter CHAR(1))

RETURNS @Total TABLE (MaxSpaceGB money)

BEGIN

DECLARE  @return INT, @fso INT, @GetDrive VARCHAR(16)

DECLARE @drv INT, @DriveSizeinBytes VARCHAR(32)

SET @GetDrive = ‘GetDrive(“‘ + @DriveLetter + ‘”)’

EXEC @return = sp_OACreate ‘Scripting.FileSystemObject’, @fso OUTPUT

SET @DriveSizeinBytes = NULL

IF @return = 0

EXEC @return = sp_OAMethod @fso, @GetDrive, @drv OUTPUT

IF @return = 0

EXEC @return = sp_OAGetProperty @drv,’TotalSize’, @DriveSizeinBytes OUTPUT

EXEC sp_OADestroy @drv

EXEC sp_OADestroy @fso

INSERT @Total values (

(((convert(bigint,@DriveSizeinBytes)/  1024)/ 1024)/1024) )

RETURN

END

GO

— select * from dbo.fnTotalDriveSpace(‘C’)

CREATE PROC sprocDriveSpaceInfo

AS

BEGIN

DECLARE @Drives TABLE ( DriveLetter char(1), FreeGB money)

INSERT @Drives (DriveLetter, FreeGB)

EXEC xp_fixeddrives

UPDATE @Drives SET FreeGB = Floor(FreeGB/1024)

SELECT

DriveLetter,

FreeGB=convert(int,FreeGB),

MaxSpaceGB=convert(int,MaxSpaceGB)

FROM @Drives d

CROSS APPLY dbo.fnTotalDriveSpace (d.DriveLetter)

ORDER BY DriveLetter

END

GO

EXEC sprocDriveSpaceInfo

GO

 
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Posted by on September 1, 2011 in SQl server Administration

 

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