There Is No Stats3

Jack Li on the CSS team answers an interesting question regarding “incomplete” statistics.  The key point:

First of all, there is no stats3.  SQL Server never stuffs in flight stats to stats blob for use during online index rebuild.  Even you are under dirty read, you won’t get non-existing stats3.

Good information.

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