"convert" tables to cluster columnstore indexes

  • Hi all

    We have a few fairly large databases in production (about 2TB each) that i would like to convert into clustered columnstore indexes to save space, and while doing so i would like to test how all these non-clustered indexes are affecting performance, so i´ve created a lab environment for this purpose, but im now very skilled at managing data... i need help =D

    how do i convert all tables in a database into clustered columnstore indexes and drop all non-clustered indexes while being able to recreate all non-clustered indexes later on?

  • Script the indexes, then drop them and the clustered index and create the clustered columnstore

    Gail Shaw
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