Sql server 2016 full text index not updating
(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?And any idea how I got in this situation in the first place? You got yourself into it I think because it was disabled.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.
Something else that just came to mind, have you tried REORGANIZEing the index?
I am now utilizing this in Database Backup, to perform smart differential and transaction log backups.
Here's how it can be used to perform a differential backup if less than 50% of the database has been modified, and a full backup if 50% or more of the database has been modified. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'DIFF', @Change Backup Type = 'Y', @Modification Level = 50 Here's how it can be used to perform a transaction log backup if 1 GB of log has been generated since the last log backup, or if it has not been backed up for 300 seconds.
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.