Query Store Filegroups

Kendra Little links to a Connect item:

Can you change the filegroup where Query Store keeps its data?

I thought there might be a trick to use a different filegroup for Query Store by using the default filegroup setting in SQL Server before enabling it, but NOPE!

Please vote for this to be improved in this Connect Item.

I concur; Query Store can grow to be pretty large on busy systems, so diligent DBAs who want to keep PRIMARY as small as possible will suddenly find a multi-gigabyte Query Store slowing down those PRIMARY filegroup restores.

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