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Hi,
I would like to know how can I checking the database size and also unallocated space in sql2005? I don't see the indicator exits in studio mgmt as like EM does, I know that we can use sp_spacedused but this will only result with databse size and unallocated space  in general,
what I want is specifc database size on verey data file or log file create
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by:Sirees
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<<what I want is specifc database size on verey data file or log file create>>

Rightclick on database->Properties->Files
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Contd..

Under intial size column you get the file size

When you click the button in the Autogrowth column, you get more info
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by:motioneye
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sorry sirees,
U are not answering my questions.

OK if let says in sql2000 EM I right click- view-taskpad and there I can see the db properties and there is an indicator showing data size on every specific data file with used space and unallocated space. I had try ur solution and its only show me whther the file is autogrowth enable or not and it doesn't show any unallocated space at data file
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by:motioneye
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Hi,
I've got it, the indicator is actually reside in Summrary, click at respective db - scroll down summary -- disk usage.
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