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database fragmentation risk

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What are the risks with database fragmentation (specific to MSSQL databases), is it just that you may suffer performance issues, or can it be more serious. Is it easy to fix once it does occur, or not really?
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Yes, it's only performance issue but if you set regular reindex jobs you won't need to be worry with data fragmentation.
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