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Disk Usage for TLOG

Hi all Is there anyway to find out using TSQL for the used space VS what is available for TLOG file? Cause the GUI won’t allow me [Database] > Report > Disk Usage. It said that Unable to display the report becuase the database has a compatibility level of 80 ?!?! Thanks
Are you using 2005? If so, why have you not changed the compatabililty level to 90? Of course there may be a good reason for leaving it in 80 mode, but if not, change it to 90 mode. When you upgrade a 2000 database to 2005, the compatability level is not changed automatically, you have to do this yourself. ————————————————————–
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