Updating statistics sql server 2016

This effectively implies, on larger tables one would be running without updated statistics almost all the time as the threshold is too high as the tables get bigger.

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As of 02/23/2016, it sounds like Trace Flag 8048 is also enabled by default in 2016. So, uh, if you have a bigger server to test stuff out on, be my guest.

The basic concept was: Here’s an abridged version of 10-20 million and 30-40 million rows, and how many modifications they took before a stats update occurred.

As the table gets bigger, the threshold for statistic update reduces.

For tables greater than 25,000 rows dynamic statistics is applicable.

I've got a few more thoughts on the topic this week, and I look forward to your comments.

Sentry One Newsletters The bi-weekly newsletter keeps you up to speed on the most recent blog posts and forum discussions in the SQL Server community.e News is a bi-monthly newsletter with fun information about Sentry One, tips to help improve your productivity, and much more.For example consider the following table with 1 million rows Let’s update statistic before starting the task Dynamic Statistic update threshold is not a new feature and has been available since SQL Server 2008 via the trace flag 2371.Meaning, one can enable "Dynamic Statistic update threshold" on SQL Server 2008 and after by turning the trace flag 2371 on.Here’s what 10-100 million look like, in 10 million row chunks.If you can guess which side TF 2371 was on for, I’ll give you one merlin dollhairs.By default, on a SQL Server Database, statistics are updated automatically when one hits a threshold of changes.

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