Disabled Indexes And Missing Index Recommendations

Brent Ozar asks (and answers) an interesting question:

Do Disabled Indexes Affect Missing Index Recommendations?

I’m so glad you asked! Let’s take a look.

Read on to learn if Betteridge’s law of headlines holds.

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