The Databases grid provides details of all databases in SQL Server.
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How to use the grid

Select one or more databases in the Databases grid to show just those databases in Database Details. Press the Shift key to select a block of multiple databases or the CTRL key to select individual databases.

Database view Click to select the Database View as: Overview, Transactions, Backup Status or Properties to adjust the category of information displayed in the Databases grid.
show/hide Click to hide/show the Databases grid.

Overview

Database Name

The name of the database.

Status

The status of the database.

Data MB

The total size of data files, measured in megabytes.

Data Used MB

The total size of all data files in the database, measured in megabytes.

Data Free MB

The amount of database space that is not allocated to the log, measured in megabytes.

Log MB

The total size of the log, measured in megabytes.

Log Used MB

The total size of all logs in the database, measured in megabytes.

Log Free MB

The amount of log space that is not allocated to the log, measured in megabytes.

# Tables

The number of tables, where table type=user, that exist on the database.

# File Groups

The number of file groups that exist on the database.

Disks

The disk(s) where the database files reside.

Last Full Backup

The date and time of the most recent full backup of the database. For more information change the Database View to Backup Status.

Oldest Tran SPID

The system process ID of the session owning the oldest transaction in the database.

Oldest Tran Start Time

The date and time at which the oldest transaction in the database began.

Recovery

The recovery model for the database. For example, Simple, Bulk_Logged, or Full.

dbid

The ID of the database.

Transactions

Database Name

The name of the database.

Oldest Tran Start Time

The date and time at which the oldest transaction in the database began.

Oldest Tran SPID

The system process ID of the session owning the oldest transaction in the database.

dbid

The ID of the database.

Backup Status

Database Name

The name of the database.

Status

The status of the database.

Data MB

The total size of data files, measured in megabytes.

Log MB

The total size of the log, measured in megabytes.

Last Full Backup

The date and time of the most recent full backup of the database.

Last Differential Backup

The date and time of the most recent differential backup of the database.

Last Log Backup

The date and time of the most recent log backup of the database.

dbid

The ID of the database.

Properties

The Properties view displays the properties of the SQL Server databases on the system under diagnosis.

The columns in the Properties grid correspond to the data returned by the SQL Server DatabasePropertyEx function. For more information on these properties, see the Transact-SQL Reference section in Microsoft? SQL Server Books Online.