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Adding extra files to Tempdb

Posted: November 3, 2015 in DBA, Design, Files, Tempdb

This isn’t actually a problem. When IĀ build a new instance I like a tempdb file for each cpu. This script will create those files in the directory where the current tempdb data file is. Please note that it sizes tempdb data and log files too, you may want to change those values

/* Script Starts*/
DECLARE @cpuCount as int;
DECLARE @Files as int;

SELECT @Files = COUNT(*)
FROM tempdb.sys.database_files
WHERE type_desc = ‘ROWS’;

SELECT @cpuCount = cpu_count /hyperthread_ratio
FROM sys.dm_os_sys_info
–Print @cpuCount
–Print @Files

Alter Database Tempdb modify file(Name=tempdev, Size=300, filegrowth = 150MB);
Alter Database Tempdb modify file(Name=templog, Size=50, filegrowth = 50MB);

DECLARE @FileLocation as Varchar(750);

–You may need to check that the name of the tempdb data file is tempdb.mdf (select * from tempdb.sys.master_files)
Set @FileLocation = (SELECT SUBSTRING(physical_name, 1,
CHARINDEX(N’tempdb.mdf’,
LOWER(physical_name)) – 1) DataFileLocation
FROM master.sys.master_files
WHERE database_id = 2 AND FILE_ID = 1)
–Print @FileLocation

DECLARE @diff as int;
SET @diff = @cpuCount – @Files
If @diff > 7
set @diff = 8 – @Files

DECLARE @x as TinyInt;
SET @x = @Files;
DECLARE @file as Varchar(10);
DECLARE @fileName as Varchar(250);
While @diff > 0
BEGIN
SET @file = ‘tempdev’ + Cast(@x as varchar(2))
SET @fileName = @FileLocation + ‘\’ + @file + ‘.ndf’;
DECLARE @sql as Varchar (8000);
SET @sql = ‘ALTER DATABASE TempDb ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘ADD FILE ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘( ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘NAME = ‘ + @file + ‘, ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘FILENAME = ”’ + @fileName + ”’, ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘SIZE = 300MB, ‘;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘FILEGROWTH = 150MB’;
SET @sql = @sql + ‘);’;
Exec (@sql);
SET @diff = @diff -1;
SET @x = @x + 1;
END;