Updating statistics in sql server 2016
But you need to when the automatic update does not occur frequently enough to provide you with a proper set of statistics or because the sampled nature of the automatic updates is causing your statistics to be inaccurate.Note, though, that updating statistics causes queries to recompile and experienced users recommend not to update statistic too often.It also showcases the SQL Server product team’s commitment to provide continued value into in-market releases.SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 2 includes: Note that all the newly introduced Trace flags with SQL Server 2016 SP2 are documented and can be found at Before you go ahead and state the fact that you have AUTO_UPDATE_STATISTICS ON for your databases remember that does not mean that they are being updated! Here is a simple block of code that will iterate through all your databases in order to build the sp_updatestats command that can then be copied and pasted into a new query window for execution.This code will work with all current and previous versions of SQL Server back through SQL 7.0.The query optimizer uses them to create query plans that improve query performance.
Use the following T-SQL Command to update the statistics for an index All you need is simply set Sql Bak maintenance job.
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