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SP_autostats is "ON" but Last updated column is three months old

Posted on 2008-10-14
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Hi Experts,
I ran Exec SP_autostats Employee... the AUTOSTATS cloumn is "ON" for all indexes, but the last update shows Jul (more than three months ago)

Can someone explain what is missing here?
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even with autostats, statisitcs are collected only when some thresholds are being met
if your table hasn't been updated much in the last 3 months, it is possible that the statistics that were calculated 3 months ago are still relevant and that is why sql server didn't update them
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