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SQL SERVER 2005 auto update statistics , auto shrink

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Hi Experts Basically i have switched the database properties update statistics,auto shrink to true I want to understand what is the interval SQL server will auto update statistics or auto shrink .is there any interval defined or can user set that timmings.
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statistics are updated according to the amound of updates done to your data and according to the queries that are performed in your system
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Thanks.that means it is done by sql engine and that time interval cannot be set like once or two times all decision is taken by engine based on amt of work happening.
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exactly
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explanation was very precise and helpful .
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