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Posted Monday, December 23, 2013 1:02 AM
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I wanted to know the index ,statistic , etc recomendations made be tuning adviser is perfect or it is perfect to some percentage, as u said it is not perfect.

Specialy i need to know what objects it check ,should i do some thing to thoes objecs which are used by tuning adviser for recomondation to increase the correctness of recommondation?


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It's never perfect. We've told you the best way, but you still have to test and check all recommendations.


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I would not take a single suggestion from the Database Tuning Advisor as safe. I would assume that each and every suggestion is suspect until I tested it. I do not trust it, at all, to get things right. And I know that sometimes it gets things wrong.

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