MSSQLSERVER_1101

Applies to: yesSQL Server (all supported versions)

Details

Attribute Value
Product Name SQL Server
Event ID 1101
Event Source MSSQLSERVER
Component SQLEngine
Symbolic Name NOALLOCPG
Message Text Could not allocate a new page for database '%.*ls' because of insufficient disk space in filegroup '%.*ls'. Create the necessary space by dropping objects in the filegroup, adding additional files to the filegroup, or setting autogrowth on for existing files in the filegroup.

Explanation

No disk space available in a filegroup.

User Action

The following actions may make space available in the filegroup.

  • Turn on AUTOGROW.

  • Add more files to the file group.

  • Free up disk space by dropping unnecessary indexes or tables in the filegroup.

This T-SQL script can help you diagnose which files are full and offer a solution command to resolve the issue. Note that it does not diagnose disk space issues.

set nocount on
declare @prcnt_full int = 95
SELECT db_name(database_id) DbName,
       name LogName,
       physical_name,
       type_desc ,
	   convert(bigint, SIZE)/128 File_Size_MB ,
       convert(bigint,(case when max_size = -1 then 17179869176 else max_size end))/128 File_MaxSize_MB ,
	   (size/(case when max_size = -1 then 17179869176 else max_size end)) *100 as percent_full_of_max_size
FROM sys.master_files
WHERE file_id != 2
  AND (size/(case when max_size = -1 then 17179869176 else max_size end)) *100 > @prcnt_full


if @@ROWCOUNT > 0
BEGIN
    DECLARE @db_name_max_size sysname, @log_name_max_size sysname, @configured_max_log_boundary bigint 
    
    DECLARE reached_max_size CURSOR FOR
		SELECT db_name(database_id) DbName,
			   name LogName,
			   convert(bigint, SIZE)/128 File_Size_MB
		FROM sys.master_files
		WHERE file_id != 2
		  AND (size/(case when max_size = -1 then 17179869176 else max_size end)) *100 > @prcnt_full


    OPEN reached_max_size

    FETCH NEXT FROM reached_max_size into @db_name_max_size , @log_name_max_size, @configured_max_log_boundary 

    WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
    BEGIN
        SELECT 'The database "' + @db_name_max_size+'" contains a data file "' + @log_name_max_size + '" whose max limit is set to ' + convert(varchar(24), @configured_max_log_boundary) + ' MB and this limit is close to be reached!' as Finding
        SELECT 'Consider using one of the below ALTER DATABASE commands to either change the log file size or add a new file' as Recommendation
        SELECT 'ALTER DATABASE ' + @db_name_max_size + ' MODIFY FILE ( NAME = N''' + @log_name_max_size + ''', MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED)' as SetUnlimitedSize
        SELECT 'ALTER DATABASE ' + @db_name_max_size + ' MODIFY FILE ( NAME = N''' + @log_name_max_size + ''', MAXSIZE = something_larger_than_' + CONVERT(varchar(24), @configured_max_log_boundary) +'MB )' as IncreaseFileSize
        SELECT 'ALTER DATABASE ' + @db_name_max_size + ' ADD FILE ( NAME = N''' + @log_name_max_size + '_new'', FILENAME = N''SOME_FOLDER_LOCATION\' + @log_name_max_size + '_NEW.NDF'', SIZE = 81920KB , FILEGROWTH = 65536KB )' as AddNewFile

        FETCH NEXT FROM reached_max_size into @db_name_max_size , @log_name_max_size, @configured_max_log_boundary 

    END

    CLOSE reached_max_size
    DEALLOCATE reached_max_size
END
ELSE
    SELECT 'Found no files that have reached max log file size' as Findings