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  • MySQL 4 Database Size

    Hi,

    I'm facing a problem:

    Well, in MySQL 5 it's easy to query the Information_Schema Database to retrieve the size of all the batabases of your MySQL5 instance.

    What about MySQL 4 ?

    I have still several MySQL4 instances containing informations that needs to be centralized. It's 3 days i'm seeking through the web but I cannot find how to retrieve the datafile sizes of all my databases running on my MySQL4 instances using ONLY SQL. I'm turning crazy.

    I can only SQL, and my boss doesn't want me to create a bash file to do that job.

    Please help me.

    Regards.
    Franck.

  • #2
    show table status:

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    • #3
      Mmmh, not really, I should have given you more informations:

      With that command I have too much informations. I don't care about the name of the database, its size, row format, row count, average row size etc... I just want a unique information when I query the database: its size (index+datas).

      Under a Unix based system, I would use the Grep command, but it has to be only SQL command.

      Is it possible ?

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      • #4
        you can try this query

        go to mysql prompt

        SELECT s.schema_name, CONCAT(IFNULL(ROUND((SUM(t.data_length)+SUM(t.inde x_length)) /1024/1024,2),0.00), "Mb") total_size, CONCAT(IFNULL(ROUND(((SUM(t.data_length)+SUM(t.ind ex_length) )-SUM(t.data_free))/1024/1024,2),0.00), "Mb") data_used, CONCAT(IFNULL(ROUND(SUM(data_free)/1024/1024,2),0.00),"Mb") data_free, IFNULL(ROUND((((SUM(t.data_length)+SUM(t.index_len gth))-SUM( t.data_free))/((SUM(t.data_length)+SUM(t.index_length)))*100 ),2),0) pct_used, COUNT(table_name) total_tables FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.SCHEMATA s LEFT JOIN INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES t ON s.schema_name = t.table_schema WHERE t.engine = "INNODB" GROUP BY s.schema_name ORDER BY pct_used DESC\G;


        for InnoDB engine

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        • #5
          No. There's no Information_Schema in MYSQL4 so you can't query it.

          But I've found a solution using the shell (it's quite impossible without it because of No Information_Schema).

          Here's the code:


          for i in `echo "SHOW DATABASES;" | mysql_path -S mysql_db_socket --user=Username --password=password --disable-column-names`do sumByDB=0 echo $i ------------------ for s in `echo "SHOW TABLE STATUS FROM $i;" | mysql_path -S mysql_db_socket--user=Username --password=password --disable-column-names |awk '{print $6,$8}'` do sumByDB=`expr $sumByDB + $s` done echo size is $sumByDBecho "insert into MYDB.MYTABLE (DATABASE_NAME, DATAFILE_NAME,DB_SIZE, CHECK_DATE)select '$i', 'engine', '$i',$sumByDB/1024/1024,0 , sysdate()" | mysql_path -S mysql_db_socket --user=Username --password=passworddone


          And that works.

          Regards.
          Franck.

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