Remove all freespace from all databases and truncate all transaction logs

>>Script Language and Platform: Microsoft SQL Server
For each user database,this script will remove all the freespace and truncate the transaction log.

Instructions: Run against master, the script will use the system catalog to produce a list of databases
If you want to exclude a database add the excluded db name to the ‘not in’ list below.

Author: Cameron Michelis


/*

Function: For each user database remove all the freespace and truncate the transaction log.

Instructions: Run against master, the script will use the system catalog to produce a list of databases.
If you want to excluce a database add the excluded db name to the ‘not in’ list below.

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Copyright (C) 2003 Cameron Michelis copying and redistribution of this file is permitted
provided this notice and the above comments are preserved.
*/

Set quoted_identifier off
use master
go

DECLARE @dataname varchar(30)
DECLARE @dataname_header varchar(75)
DECLARE datanames_cursor CURSOR FOR SELECT name FROM sysdatabases
WHERE name not in (‘master’, ‘pubs’, ‘tempdb’, ‘model’, ‘northwind’)

OPEN datanames_cursor

FETCH NEXT FROM datanames_cursor INTO @dataname

WHILE (@@fetch_status <> -1)
BEGIN
IF (@@fetch_status = -2)
BEGIN
FETCH NEXT FROM datanames_cursor INTO @dataname
CONTINUE
END
SELECT @dataname_header = “Database ” + RTRIM(UPPER(@dataname))
PRINT ” ”
PRINT @dataname_header
EXEC(“BACKUP LOG ” + @dataname + ” WITH TRUNCATE_ONLY”)
EXEC(“DBCC SHRINKDATABASE (” + @dataname + “,TRUNCATEONLY)”)
FETCH NEXT FROM datanames_cursor INTO @dataname
END

DEALLOCATE datanames_cursor
PRINT “”
PRINT ” ”
PRINT “Free space removed and transaction log truncated for each user database”



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