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I have confirmed that the Full-Text Indexing service is running and starts automatically.I have also confirmed that it's automatically checking for changes, although turning that from "Automatic" to "Manual" to "Off" doesn't seem to do much except reset the number of queued results.I have a table that was doing a fine job of full-text search until last week.There are over seven million records, and I see it has over seven million entries in the full-text index.For any SQL Server Performance Tuning Issue send an email at [email protected] is also a Cross Fit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1) and Cross Fit Level 2 Trainer (CF-L2).I know it doesn't block but I'm not sure if it will cause the flush to happen in such a way to keep it from blocking too.Pinal Dave is a SQL Server Performance Tuning Expert and an independent consultant.

My friend Ola has done a better job on these scripts than I’ve seen anywhere else, hands down.” I am thinking about moving the SQL Server Maintenance Solution to its own schema.Database Backup @Availability Groups = 'ALL_AVAILABILITY_GROUPS, -AG1', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' Now what if you want to select all user databases that are not in availability groups?For this scenario I have added a new keyword in the @Databases parameter. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES, -AVAILABILITY_GROUP_DATABASES', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' It works the same way in Database Backup, Database Integrity Check, and Index Optimize.But nothing more recent than a week old shows up in the search results.I can see in the table's full-text index properties that there are a growing number (maybe 30 thousand today) of "pending" entries, probably corresponding to stuff it hasn't added to the index.

My friend Ola has done a better job on these scripts than I’ve seen anywhere else, hands down.” I am thinking about moving the SQL Server Maintenance Solution to its own schema.

Database Backup @Availability Groups = 'ALL_AVAILABILITY_GROUPS, -AG1', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' Now what if you want to select all user databases that are not in availability groups?

For this scenario I have added a new keyword in the @Databases parameter. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES, -AVAILABILITY_GROUP_DATABASES', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' It works the same way in Database Backup, Database Integrity Check, and Index Optimize.

But nothing more recent than a week old shows up in the search results.

I can see in the table's full-text index properties that there are a growing number (maybe 30 thousand today) of "pending" entries, probably corresponding to stuff it hasn't added to the index.

(We would do B then A, but we're anticipating an hour or two of downtime for either, and A has worked in the past.) Is there a faster way to do any of this?