MS-SQL: List table sizes and row count

07/05/2013
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Need to list all table sizes and their row count of a single database in MS-SQL Server? This neat script works on MS-SQL 2008 - please comment if it works on other versions.

Just run this in the context of a database.

Credits go to this site for listing the script.

DECLARE @table table(Id int IDENTITY(1,1)
					, Name varchar(256))

INSERT INTO @table
SELECT b.name + '.'+ a.name
FROM sys.tables a INNER JOIN sys.schemas b
		ON a.schema_id = b.schema_id

INSERT INTO @table
SELECT '-1'

DECLARE @result table(	TableName varchar(256)
						, TotalRows int
						, Reserved varchar(50)
						, DataSize varchar(50)
						, IndexSize varchar(50)
						, UnusedSize varchar(50))

DECLARE @temp varchar(256)
DECLARE @index int
SET @index = 1

WHILE 1=1
BEGIN
	SELECT @temp = Name
	FROM @table
	WHERE Id = @index

	IF @temp = '-1'
		BREAK

	INSERT @result(	TableName
					, TotalRows
					, Reserved
					, DataSize
					, IndexSize
					, UnusedSize)
	EXEC sp_spaceused @temp

	SET @index = @index + 1
END

SELECT c.name+'.'+b.name as [table]
		, a.*
 FROM @result a
		INNER JOIN sys.tables b
			ON a.TableName = b.name
		INNER JOIN sys.schemas c
		ON b.schema_id = c.schema_id
ORDER BY TotalRows DESC

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