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Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Indexing With Stale Statistics Part III (Do Anything You Say)

In Part I of this series, we saw how Automatic Indexing will not create a viable Automatic Index if there are stale or missing statistics on the underlining segments. In Part II we saw how these SQL statements effectively become blacklisted and when segment statistics are subsequently collected, Automatic Indexing will still not create viable […]

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Indexing With Stale Statistics Part II (Survive)

    In my previous post, I discussed how having stale statistics, usually a bad idea, is especially problematic with regard Automatic Indexes as it usually results in viable automatic indexes only being created in an UNUSABLE/INVISIBLE state. If we were to now to collect the missing statistics:   If we now repeatedly re-run the […]

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Indexing With Stale Statistics Part I (Dead Against It)

A “golden rule” when working with Automatic Indexing is that things don’t work properly if there are stale statistics on the dependant objects. Stale statistics can of course be problematic but they can be particularly troublesome when dealing with Automatic Indexing. In the Oracle Autonomous Database environments, this issue is addressed somewhat by the new […]