It can also be quite helpful to look at your cached execution plans to see which queries/procedures have inadequate query plans, this can be found by running the code below
[cp] .[objtype], --,[st].[dbid]
FROM sys .dm_exec_cached_plans AS cp
CROSS APPLY sys. dm_exec_sql_text(cp .plan_handle) AS st
CROSS APPLY sys. dm_exec_query_plan(cp .plan_handle) AS qp
WHERE [st]. [dbid] IN (7, 12,13 ,15)
AND [st].[text] NOT LIKE '%sp_M%'
AND [st]. [text] NOT LIKE '%sys%'
--AND cp.objtype = 'adhoc'
ORDER BY usecounts DESC
If tables aren't being used by any query(ies), then having indexes on them is really overkill and ends up just consuming valuable server resources...not to mention adds extra time to any indexing strategy you may have in place.
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