Sql server 2016 full text index not updating
If you already do, try: ALTER FULLTEXT INDEX ON tablename SET CHANGE_TRACKING MANUAL ALTER FULLTEXT INDEX ON tablename START UPDATE POPULATION If that works then I think you've run into the same issue as this guy. Granted, it's a temporary solution but it will give you time until you can actually rebuild the index.
Something else that just came to mind, have you tried REORGANIZEing the index?
The background for this, is that I am planning to introduce some new objects, and as the maintenance solution does not have its own database or schema, there is a risk that there could be naming conflicts.
I could create synonyms in the [dbo] schema, so that you don't need to change any jobs. You can create a comment on Git Hub, or send me an email. This script creates all the objects and jobs that you need.
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It wasn't, so I enabled it, and the process that started the "ALTER FULLTEXT INDEX" job started blocking all the other requests on the server, so I killed it.
This enables you to do more frequent log backups of databases with high activity, and in periods of high activity. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'LOG', @Log Size Since Last Log Backup = 1024, @Time Since Last Log Backup = 300 Backup on SQL Server 2017 on Linux is now supported. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES', @Directory = '/var/opt/mssql/backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL', @Verify = 'Y', @Compress = 'Y', @Check Sum = 'Y' The SQLCAT - team has a blog post about how you can optimize performance when backing up to Azure Blob Storage. Database Backup @Availability Groups = 'AG1', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' EXECUTE dbo.
You can stripe the backups to multiple files, and use the options MAXTRANSFERSIZE, and BLOCKSIZE. Database Backup @Databases = 'USER_DATABASES', @URL = 'https://core.windows.net/mycontainer', @Backup Type = 'FULL', @Compress = 'Y', @Verify = 'Y', @Number Of Files = 8, @Max Transfer Size = 4194304, @Block Size = 65536 One of the most requested features for a long time has been the ability to select availability groups. Database Backup @Availability Groups = 'AG1, AG2', @Directory = 'C:\Backup', @Backup Type = 'FULL' EXECUTE dbo.
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.(Turning it back to "Automatic" resets the number to 30,000.) I have tried to rebuild the full-text index, but for "Full" and "Incremental" it throws back a message about "there is already an index".