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Measuring SQL Performance


Measuring SQL Performance

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Grant Fritchey
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That really depends on the system. Most of our systems work just fine with the sampled statistics update, but we have a few tables on a few systems that need an occasional full scan. I wouldn't recommend running full scan all the time, but an occasional use of it sure won't hurt. That assumes you're doing it off-hours if you're going to full scan the entire db.

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thank you, so its not really needed to do an update statistics after these stored procedures parameter sniffing issues has been fixed? would it make any difference? i don't have my update statistics scheduled until the weekend, or should i run it now?
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When you deploy the stored procedures, they'll use the statistics to compile a new plan. If the statistics are maintained well enough for normal purposes, they'll be fine for this. No, I wouldn't say you need to do a special update just because you've tune the queries.

That's assuming that you know that your statistic maintenance routines are good.

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