SCCM – Low Disk Space SQL Query


This is a SQL query for your SCCM database or you can use it to create a report using SSRS.

For this work, you must ensure that you have the Logical Disk class enabled in the hardware inventory settings.

This will give you the following information:

  • Computer Name
  • Disk Description
  • Drive Letter
  • Volume Name
  • File System
  • Total Size
  • Free Space

This is based on disk space that is less than 10% of the total size of the disk or if less than 1GB within the All Devices collection.

SELECT distinct
LDSK.Description0 AS [Description],
LDSK.DeviceID0 AS [Drive],
LDSK.VolumeName0 AS [Volume Name],
LDSK.FileSystem0 AS [Filesystem],
LDSK.Size0 AS [Total Size],
LDSK.FreeSpace0 AS [Free Space]
v_FullCollectionMembership_Valid SYS
on SYS.ResourceID = LDSK.ResourceID
WHERE LDSK.DriveType0 = 3
AND ((LDSK.FreeSpace0 <= ((LDSK.Size0 * 10)/100))
or (LDSK.FreeSpace0 <= 1024))
and sys.CollectionID = ‘SMS00001’

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