T-SQL Query to find the date when was DBCC CHECKDB Last run | SansSQL

Sunday, March 13, 2011

T-SQL Query to find the date when was DBCC CHECKDB Last run

As a Database Administrator, we know the importance of DBCC CHECKDB and will run this command to check the logical and physical integrity of all objects in the specified database.
When DBCC CHECKDB is run on a database, it does the following actions
  • Runs DBCC CHECKALLOC on the database
  • Runs DBCC CHECKTABLE on every table and view in the database
  • Runs DBCC CHECKCATALOG on the database
  • Validates the contents of every indexed view in the database
  • Validates Service Broker data in the database
Before you start the DBCC CHECKDB on a database you might want to know the date and time when this command was lust run by you or someone else from your team.
Prior to SQL Server 2005, this data was not getting logged in the system. But in SQL Server 2005 onwards this data is getting logged in the system and using the below script you can find the date and time when DBCC CHECKDB was last run on a database.
CREATE TABLE #DBInfo (
       Id INT IDENTITY(1,1),
       ParentObject VARCHAR(255),
       [Object] VARCHAR(255),
       Field VARCHAR(255),
       [Value] VARCHAR(255)
)

CREATE TABLE #Value(
DatabaseName VARCHAR(255),
LastDBCCCHeckDB_RunDate VARCHAR(255)
)

EXECUTE SP_MSFOREACHDB'INSERT INTO #DBInfo Execute (''DBCC DBINFO ( ''''?'''') WITH TABLERESULTS'');
INSERT INTO #Value (DatabaseName) SELECT [Value] FROM #DBInfo WHERE Field IN (''dbi_dbname'');
UPDATE #Value SET LastDBCCCHeckDB_RunDate=(SELECT TOP 1 [Value] FROM #DBInfo WHERE Field IN (''dbi_dbccLastKnownGood'')) where LastDBCCCHeckDB_RunDate is NULL;
TRUNCATE TABLE #DBInfo';

SELECT * FROM #Value

DROP TABLE #DBInfo
DROP TABLE #Value

The Script can be downloaded from here.

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