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See which tables in Orion database are taking up most space using Orion database manager

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Created by Malik Haider, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article provides steps on how you can check which tables in your Orion database are taking up most space using Orion database manager.

 

 

This article is part of  Quick Orion database health check guide We recommend you go through with this guide if needed . 

Environment

NPM version 11.0 and later 

Steps

1. Open Orion Database Manager 

2. Expand and select Orion Database > right-click > choose Database Details > click Tables > Sort by Data Size.

 

 

You should be able to see now which tables have high DB Size within the Database.

 

To get more information through SQL Studio, see the link below:

Know each table size in Orion database

 

 

 

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