Reindex error -1073548784

I am getting the following error with reindexing a sql database any suggestions?

This is the error I receive in the maintenance plan.

Thanks!
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Did you check the error log?
Also check if you have free space available on disk.
If you find nothing then run a DBCC CHECKDB on the database.
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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
Maybe just not sufficient disk space?

Please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/repltalk/archive/2011/09/25/update-statistics-fails-with-error-number-1073548784-quot-could-not-allocate-space-for-object-dbo-sort.aspx


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It sounds like TempDB is not large enough on that system. I would suggest running DBCC CHECKDB WITH ESTIMATEONLY to see how much TempDB space CheckDB thinks it needs. That should be more than enough to cover the spill from sp_updatestats.

In general, I try to steer people away from maintenance plans for things like this. My preference is for each database to get a reindex job using a script that first checks for fragmentation before reindexing to save on time and server resources. There are a number of really good scripts out there that do this. In the reindex job I also like to run sp_updatestats as a second step to update only the statistics that need updating. Finally, putting each database CheckDB in a separate job and logging to a text file makes it incredibly easy to chase down CheckDB failures when they happen. You get the exact database with the failure and the complete log every time where maintenance plans can lose some of that data.

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