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Mar
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revised How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
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comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
Scott - wait , this is not working with the UNC path.... only local . can you please reply /
Mar
19
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comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
@tnx , i will try extract the second line from your statement (and ofcourse will look at your link)
Mar
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comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
- not on remote locations ( I did used it locally when I restore the bak - but when I need to SAVE the bak on remote location I need to validate if it has a free space.) this command(which i know) is not helping for remote locations. ( and dont tell me to use map network drive:-))
Mar
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comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
this is not working. (win8 cmd)
Mar
19
comment How can I obtain a remote drive's free space, for SQL Server to write a .BAK file, via a command run from within SQL Server?
Sql server needs to open a bak file on remote location and i need to check free space there , so sql execute cmd command and i can capture the result . So i dont want to start using string manipulations to extract the number .... The first solution however its multiple statements .... Yours is once but you have 2 lines ... Cant you find away to return please only the second row ?
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comment In Notepad++, how can I launch the current html file as url?
found it. read about set <var> ~ strreplace
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comment netstat with process name?
you're the man.
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comment netstat with process name?
oh ok. thought maybe someone already done it using for,find etc.
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comment netstat with process name?
I was wonder if there is a CMD command which does it all
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