Michael Smith


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Prioritize Missing Index Recommendations (2005)

To report indexes proposed by the database engine that have highest probable user impact.  Note that no consideration is given to 'reasonableness' of indexes-- bytes, overall size, total number of indexes on a table, etc.  Intended to provide targeted starting point for holistic evaluation of indexes.

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2007-08-17

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Prioritize Missing Index Recommendations 2 (2005)

This is an enhanced version of my previous script: Prioritize Missing Index Recommendations (2005).To aid in evaluation of whether the recommended index is reasonable, I have added :1. counts for key columns and the total columns of the recommended index  2. the length/bytes for both key and all columns  Note this is 'per row', not […]

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