Export SQL database details
Please follow the below steps to fetch individual database reports from SQL servers:
- Log in to Site24x7.
- Navigate to Server > Microsoft SQL Server > click on the SQL server from which you want to export data.
- Go to Database, and scroll down to Database Details.
- Across the required database, click on the Data File Size.
- A new Attribute Report will open.
- Click on the Share This button on the top right corner of the report.
- Export your database details as CSV or PDF file, or send it as an email.
You can also set the option to auto-discover and add new databases for monitoring.
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