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BR0970W Database administration alert - level: ERROR, type: MISSING_INDEX,


I've noticed in the results of the DBCHECK job in DB13 that we have a number of warnings for missing indexes.









The strange thing is that no missing indexes are picked up be DB02. In SE11 these tables cannot be found. Checked at Oracle level and the tables exist but the indexes do not.

Does anyone know if these tables should have indexes?

If so what would be the best way to create these?



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    May 04, 2007 at 01:58 PM

    First check the table in se14 and it should be in active state

    You can create the missing_indexes in se11 just give the tablename --> select the indexes button and then click yes to create the index.

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    • Hi,

      What is the result from SE14 for these indexes? In case these do not exist at DB level you can try to create them directly.

      Another possibility is to add them to the DBDIFF table, and will be excluded from the check (See SAP note 33814 about this)



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    Mar 01, 2016 at 08:53 AM

    Go to DB13 and check the output of "Check DB" if still there are some MISSING_INDEX entries then you should REBUILD them with following command ;

    alter index <SCHEMA.INDEX_NAME> rebuild tablespace TABLESPACE_NAME;

    Repeat the DB13 "Check DB" should be everything is green.

    DB13 Warning CHECKDB Missing Index Situation | SAPBASISINFO

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