February 27, 2013
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Database growth steps available

This metric measures the number of available autogrowth steps for a database, so you can see when they are reduced or increased because something else (e.g. another database) starts or stops taking up space, when storage is added, etc. Read more

October 17, 2012
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Percentage of database free space

This metric measures the percentage of database free space – both reserved and unused – to help you manage space requirements more efficiently. For example, you might find this data helps you to correctly estimate file size, so you don’t suffer from problems with automatic file growth. Read more

October 17, 2012
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Percentage of used/available database space

This metric measures the ratio between used database space and total available space, also taking into account current size, maximum size and the amount of free space for each drive. The values collected help you maintain control over the database storage area, and monitor database growth in combination with general space management on a database file’s host. Read more

July 2, 2012
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Database file size

It’s important to measure the growth of databases so you can plan future space requirements, prepare for time periods when heavy volume traffic is expected, and take action in advance to prevent problems such as highly fragmented databases. Read more