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move all indexes to a secondary file group


move all indexes to a secondary file group

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Arju
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Hi,

Can some one provide links to move tables & indexes to other file group without drop & Recreate them.

Just like to move object to other file group without drop and recreate.

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Ryan McCauley
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To do this, you have to create a clustered index on the table and specify the new file group for the index - once you've moved it, you can drop the index if you don't need it. Effectively, you'd use this same script, but you'd remove the filter that causes it to ignore clustered indexes so that it migrates those as well.

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