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We have nightly job running to reorg all in one of our prod database. But the index on one of the table fragmenting quickly by the morning showing 90% fragmentation.

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I have rebuilded indexes and some of the indexes still showing fragmentation percentage as 99%. I have cross checked page count for these indexes and they are more than 10000 pages.As i am aware if the page count is less we can ignore this percentage. But in my case the page count is 10000.

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Hi
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I have been testing methods to maintain indexes in a SQL Server 2005 database which has been migrated from SQL Server 2000. The compatibility level is still set to 80. I used the query below to inspect the degree of fragmentation amongst other things.



SELECT a.index_id

, name

, database_id

, avg_fragmentation_in_percent

,index_type_desc

,fragment_count

,page_count

FROM sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, 'DETAILED') AS a

JOIN sys.indexes AS b ON a.object_id = b.object_id AND a.index_id = b.index_id



Some of the indexes in the database had a high degree of fragmentation based on the avg_fragmentation_in_percent value. I tried drop+create, rebuild and reorganise commands on those indexes. Predictably, drop + create was the most effective, but even that did not always reduce fragmentation much. Sometimes the fragmentation was the same no matter what method I used. Other times drop+create helped, rebuild made it worse.



What is going on?

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CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Example](
[ExampleID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[ExampleCode] [varchar](10) NOT NULL,
[ForeignID] [int] NOT NULL,
[AnotherID] [int] NOT NULL,

[code]...

) ON [PRIMARY]There is nothing strange like updates to the identity happening and while some records are deleted, there has only been about 20,000 in the life of the table (months). Not enough to account for the level of fragmentation that we're seeing on the index.About the only thing I can think of that would cause fragmentation on this index in this scenario are:

1. Page splits caused by starting with a small value in one of the VARCHARs and later inserting a larger value
2. Page splits caused by the NULLABLE column, ExampleDate, starting with NULLs and later updating them to a date.

For #1, I had development check the update scenarios for the varchar columns, especially the varchar(1000) one, and they didn't see it as a common thing where the values would go from small (or empty) to large.

For #2, I checked and found that the only value for that column in the table is NULL so while it always starts as NULL, it never gets updated to anything else.

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Why doesn't the fragmentation go to 0% ?

If I totally drop/create the index, starts even higher, but beorg or rebuild simply goes to 33%. This even if using with use temp db for sort option.

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Dec 11, 2007

I have been reworking my index maintenance jobs from my old SQL 2000 table and view references to the DMV's and System Tables in SQL 2005, and I noted that some of my indexes end up being more fragmented after a reorganization and or rebuild. That doesn't make much sense to me at all. The code I am executing is:




Code Block
print ' '
print '************* Beginning Index Updates for '+db_name()+' *************'
print ' '

DECLARE @tablename varchar(250),


@indexname varchar(250),
@fragpcnt decimal(18,1),
@indexid int,
@dbID int

-- Determine DB ID
SELECT @dbID = DB_ID()

DECLARE tnames_cursor CURSOR FOR

SELECT b.name, c.name, a.avg_fragmentation_in_percent, a.index_id
FROM sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (@dbID, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL) a

JOIN sys.indexes b ON a.object_id = b.object_id



AND a.index_id = b.index_id
JOIN Sys.objects c ON b.object_id = c.object_id
WHERE a.index_id > 0
ORDER by a.page_count DESC

OPEN tnames_cursor
FETCH NEXT FROM tnames_cursor INTO @indexname, @tablename, @fragpcnt, @indexid
WHILE (@@fetch_status = 0)

BEGIN

-- Declare and determine the tablename ID
declare @tablenameID int
select @tablenameID = object_id(@tablename)



IF @fragpcnt > 30

BEGIN

EXEC('ALTER INDEX ['+@indexname+'] ON ['+@tablename+'] REBUILD')
PRINT '***************************************************'
PRINT 'Index '+@indexname+' was rebuilt.'
PRINT 'Original framentation Percent: ' + convert(varchar, @fragpcnt) + '%'


SELECT @fragpcnt = avg_fragmentation_in_percent
FROM sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (@dbID, @tablenameID, @indexid, NULL, NULL) a

JOIN sys.indexes b ON a.object_id = b.object_id



AND a.index_id = b.index_id
JOIN Sys.objects c ON b.object_id = c.object_id

PRINT 'Post Rebuild fragmentation Percent: ' + convert(varchar, @fragpcnt) + '%'
PRINT ''
END
ELSE IF @fragpcnt BETWEEN 5 AND 30

BEGIN

EXEC('ALTER INDEX ['+@indexname+'] ON ['+@tablename+'] REORGANIZE')
PRINT '***************************************************'
PRINT 'Index '+@indexname+' was Reorganized.'
PRINT 'Original framentation Percent: ' + convert(varchar, @fragpcnt) + '%'

SELECT @fragpcnt = avg_fragmentation_in_percent
FROM sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (@dbID, @tablenameID, @indexid, NULL, NULL) a

JOIN sys.indexes b ON a.object_id = b.object_id



AND a.index_id = b.index_id
JOIN Sys.objects c ON b.object_id = c.object_id

PRINT 'Post Reorganization fragmentation Percent: ' + convert(varchar, @fragpcnt) + '%'
PRINT ''
END
ELSE

BEGIN

PRINT '***************************************************'
PRINT 'Index '+@indexname+' was left alone.'
PRINT 'Original framentation Percent: ' + convert(varchar, @fragpcnt) + '%'
PRINT ''
END
FETCH NEXT FROM tnames_cursor INTO @indexname, @tablename, @fragpcnt, @indexid
END
print ' '
print '************* NO MORE TABLES TO INDEX *************'
PRINT 'All indexes for the '+db_name()+' database have been updated.'
print ' '
DEALLOCATE tnames_cursor





Below are some snipits of the output:


***************************************************
Index _dta_index_wuci_history_8_1123587141__K2_K5 was rebuilt.
Original framentation Percent: 58.3%
Post Rebuild fragmentation Percent: 58.3%

***************************************************
Index PK__batchjob__776C5C84 was left alone.
Original framentation Percent: 0.0%

***************************************************
Index PK__ContactWebDetail__116A8EFB was rebuilt.
Original framentation Percent: 44.4%
Post Rebuild fragmentation Percent: 77.8%

***************************************************
Index PK__managed_object_s__5DCAEF64 was left alone.
Original framentation Percent: 0.0%

***************************************************
Index kb_IX_kb_scope_scope_role was rebuilt.
Original framentation Percent: 75.0%
Post Rebuild fragmentation Percent: 87.5%

***************************************************
Index PK__query__09A971A2 was left alone.
Original framentation Percent: 0.0%

***************************************************
Index PK__email_message__38996AB5 was rebuilt.
Original framentation Percent: 85.7%
Post Rebuild fragmentation Percent: 0.0%

***************************************************






If the index begins with PK, then it is the primary key index which is generally the clustered index on the table, but not always. If it has an IX on it, it is generally a non-clustered index on the table, but again not always. In the case of the above, the PK is a clustered index, and the IX is a non-clustered index.

Anyone have any ideas why this is functioning in this manner?

Thanks,

Jon

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FROM sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (7,NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL) AS a

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