Utility to check Table Fragmentation, index type/fillfactors/#of rows

>>Script Language and Platform: SQL Server 2000
** RUN THE SCRIPT FIRST, THEN EXECUTE THE PROC.


RPT_INDEXEVAL
— if no parameters are entered, shows index and fragmentation for every table in DB (to include statistics)
— if parameters are entered, shows certain tables/indexes based on criteria
@LessThanScanDensity = null
— bit value (show less than @ScanDensityValue entered)
— NULLABLE value
,@ScanDensityValue = null
— int value (Scan Density to show; if @LessThanScanDensity = 1 (show less than this value))
— Optimal value for each index is 100%, less indicates some fragmentation
— NULLABLE value
,@GreaterThanLogicalScan = null
— bit value (show greater than @LogicalScanValue entered)
— NULLABLE value
,@LogicalScanValue = null
— int value (Logical Scan to show; if @GreaterThanLogicalScan = 1 (show less than this value))
— Optimal value for each index is 0%, more indicates some fragmentation
— NULLABLE value
,@GreaterThanExtentScan = null
— bit value (show greater than @ExtentScanValue entered)
— NULLABLE value
,@ExtentScanValue = null
— int value (Extent Scan to show; if @GreaterThanExtentScan = 1 (show less than this value))
— Optimal value for each index is 0%, more indicates some fragmentation
— NULLABLE value

NOTE: Resultset is sorted based on ScanDensity DESC, LogicalScan ASC, ExtentScan ASC

Author: Chris

Download Script:
ck_table_frag.sql



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