SPSite.Usage property

Gets information about site usage, including bandwidth, storage, and number of visits to the site collection.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SharePoint
Assembly:  Microsoft.SharePoint (in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll)


Public ReadOnly Property Usage As SPSite.UsageInfo
Dim instance As SPSite
Dim value As SPSite.UsageInfo

value = instance.Usage
public SPSite.UsageInfo Usage { get; }

Property value

Type: Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite.UsageInfo
An SPSite.UsageInfo structure that contains the usage information.


The following code example iterates through all the site collections in a Web application and displays the URL and amount of storage used in each.

Dim uriNew As New Uri("http://MyServer")
Dim oWebApp As SPWebApplication = SPWebApplication.Lookup(uriNew)
Dim collSiteCollection As SPSiteCollection = oWebApp.Sites

For Each oSiteCollection As SPSite In collSiteCollection
    Dim oUsageInfo As SPSite.UsageInfo = oSiteCollection.Usage
    Dim lngStorageUsed As Long = oUsageInfo.Storage

    Response.Write(("Site Collection URL: " + oSiteCollection.Url + " Storage: " + lngStorageUsed.ToString() + "<BR>"))

Next oSiteCollection
Uri uriNew = new Uri("http://MyServer");
SPWebApplication oWebApp = SPWebApplication.Lookup(uriNew);
SPSiteCollection collSiteCollection = oWebApp.Sites;

foreach (SPSite oSiteCollection in collSiteCollection)
    SPSite.UsageInfo oUsageInfo = oSiteCollection.Usage;
    long lngStorageUsed = oUsageInfo.Storage;

    Response.Write("Site Collection URL: " + oSiteCollection.Url +
        " Storage: " + lngStorageUsed.ToString() + "<BR>");



Certain objects implement the IDisposable interface, and you must avoid retaining these objects in memory after they are no longer needed. For information about good coding practices, see Disposing Objects.

See also


SPSite class

SPSite members

Microsoft.SharePoint namespace