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Estimated time to complete the query.


Estimated time to complete the query.

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Hi friends,

I am running an update query.
It is taking long time. To find the estimated completion time i checked sys.dm_exec_request or sys.dm_exec_session or sp_who2 but there is no clue. It is showing as zero.
can any one help on this please.


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SAM

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samking (8/6/2014)
Hi friends,

I am running an update query.
It is taking long time. To find the estimated completion time i checked sys.dm_exec_request or sys.dm_exec_session or sp_who2 but there is no clue. It is showing as zero.
can any one help on this please.


Regards,
SAM


Post the query, please. There's a typcial problem that many folks write into their update queries without knowing about it. To summarize the problem, if the UPDATE contains a JOIN, the target table MUST absolutely appear in the FROM clause. Using tablename.columnname is NOT sufficient and that form of UPDATE never appears in Books Online.

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There's no estimated completion for queries, that's for things like backups.

No way to tell how long the query will take other than to run it and see.

Gail Shaw
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Hi GailMosnter..
Thanks for the reply. After surfing google i came to know that we can find the estimation time for any update insert or other queries.
We can know the estimated time only for backup and restore.

Regards,
SAM

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