Jeff Moden (1/20/2014)
On the other hand, I've found that it almost takes the same amount of time to filter out such tables as it is to try to defrag them because they are so small.
However filtering out tables doesn't contribute towards log backup size, log shipping times, mirroring or always on log transfers.
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