This graph shows Exchange 2000 database file size using WMI.
(Sorry for linux users, this script is in VB)
It is only useful to use it with Exchange 2000, because database size limit is based on file size (16Gb max).
This graph is not really useful with Exchange 2003 (or higher), because in this case database limit is not based on file size, but on real used space inside the database.
Note that on your Windows 2000 Exchange server, you must probably install this fix to get a correct returned value :
Note that I m using username, password and domain, you can remove it as you like.
To specify User and password, you must use SNMP Username and SNMP Password.
You must specify file path like this : e:\\Exchsrv\\MDBDATA\\priv1.stm (it should work with
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