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In my TSQL2sDay index summary post, that I’d be writing a few posts on the information that is contained in sys.dm_db_index_operational_stats. The posts are the following: Index Black Ops Part 1 – Locking and Blocking Index Black Ops Part 2 – Page IO Latch, Page Latch Index Black Ops Part ...
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