Because both full scan and norecompute options are required 6


Because both full scan and norecompute options are required 6


The problem is due to the fact that the maintenance plan was trying to update the stats on views too. And on a view we can not update the stats with anything other than full scan.The maintenance plan was configured to run update stats on all the databases. You can exclude the views only if you select one database at a time. If you have limited number of databases in the instance then create a maintenance plan like the following. You can fxtrade com oanda box thesampling percentage in this step.3) The second task for each database will update the statistics only on views.

You cannot sample based on 50 rows when you update stats in views.Please replace 50 rows wuth FULLSCAN and check. I also belive this bug was fixed in SP3 released for SQL Server 2005. Hope it helps. Thanks and Regards, Zainu. If you need to optimise SQL Server performance, it pays to understand SQL Server Statistics. Grant Fritchey answers some frequently-asked questions about SQL Server Statistics: the ones we somehow feel silly asking in public, and think twice about doing so.

Try as I might, I find it hard to over-emphasize the importance of statistics to SQL Server. Bad or missing statistics leads because both full scan and norecompute options are required 6 poor choices by the optimizer: The result is horrific performance. Recently, for example, I watched a query go from taking hours to taking seconds just because we got a good set of statistics on the data. The topic of statistics and their maintenance is not straightforwarUpdated: February 22, 2017THIS TOPIC APPLIES TO: SQL Server (starting with 2008) Azure SQL Database Azure SQL Data Warehouse Parallel Data WarehouseCreates a relational index on a table or view.

Also called a rowstore index because it is either a clustered or nonclustered btree index. You can create a rowstore index before there is data in the table. Use a rowstore index to improve query performance, especially when the queries select from specific columns or require values to be sorted in a particular order.Simple examples. It is the job of the query optimizer to evaluate and choose the best path, or execution plan, for a given query.

Using the available indexes may not always be the most efficient plan. For example, if 95% of the values for a column are the same, an index scan will probably be more efficient than using the index on that column. Statistics are SQL Server objects which contain metrics on the data count and distribution within a column or columns used by the optimizer to help it make that choice. They are used to estimate the count of rows.Index statistics: Created automatically when an index (both clustered and non-clustered) is created.

SQL ServerTechnical ArticleWriter: Eric N. Hanson and Yavor AngelovContributor: Lubor KollarPublished: February 2009Applies to: SQL Server 2008Summary: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 collectsstatistical information about indexes and column data stored in the database.These statistics are used by the SQL Server query optimizer to choose the mostefficient plan for retrieving or updating data.

This paper describes what datais collected, where it is stored, and which commands create, update, and deletestatistics. By default, SQL Server 2008 also creates and updates statisticsautomatically, when such an operation is considered to be useful. This restriction does not apply to indexes on global temp tables.NoteOnline index operations are not available in every edition of MicrosoftSQL Server. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Features Su.




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Because both full scan and norecompute options are required 6



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