We identified a SQL server whereby user databases and logfiles are on the systems F drive. This is a tiny drive with only 30GB capacity. Worse still there is just over 1.5GB free space. The DBA says the databases are pretty stale and hardly grow at all in size. My question is there anything that can happen to the database and logfiles that could consume that 1.5GB at any given point? The system DB are on the systems C drive these are all user DB. They seem remarkably relaxed about what to me looks a big issue. Whats your view? Is this a disaster waiting to happen or if they monitor the growth trends is that sufficient? Or can other things aside from new db records consume that space at any given point?