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In Sharepoint 2010 I have read that Sharepoint has a timer job to automatically update stats on all Sharepoint DB's. Is this true.  If so, how can I check to make sure it is running correctly?

Should I create a separate SQL update stats maintenance plan?
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Here is a great article that explains the timer job involved, the default schedule time (so you can check success) and some t-sql that allows you to view the stats and when last updated.
It also discusses some things that may/not happen and how to do some detective work.

But in a nutshell, yes it is true, you can check success/fail of timer jobs in central admin under monitoring.
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Wow, this is an amazing article!!!

I noticed they recommend running an update stats SQL job. If I schedule a maintenance plan to update stats daily is this the same thing..

I am not the best at SQL but try my hardest to learn....
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Yes that is the same thing
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Should I run an update stats job daily????
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