Long time ago, I created a little chunk of TSQL to get a glimpse of my space and file layout information at the Database/File/Filegroup level. It is a basic routine that spins through all the databases of an instance to collect space usage data. Over the years, I have used it a lot and it … Continue reading SQL Server: Quick Space & File Layout Analysis With PowerShell and PowerBI
Oracle: Find The Total Size Of All Of Your CLOB & BLOB Columns In All Tables
Today I received a request from an application owner who wanted to know the size of all the CLOB and BLOB columns in all the non-system tables so that they have a good idea of the size involved for a migration. Tables with BLOB/CLOB columns The SQL to find the tables with the BLOB/CLOB columns … Continue reading Oracle: Find The Total Size Of All Of Your CLOB & BLOB Columns In All Tables
SQL Server: Visualize Your Backups For Insights – By Month Day, Time etc.
Backups are a very important part of a DBA's job. Understanding when they have happened and when they have not happened is even more important. Quantifying things quickly can mean the difference between good and bad decisions when you are in a bind. Note: If you are looking to do something similar with Oracle, please … Continue reading SQL Server: Visualize Your Backups For Insights – By Month Day, Time etc.
SQL Server – Generate and Use Size / Storage Dimension
This post shows how I created, generated data for and used "StorageDimension" with PowerBI to slice and dice by that dimension.