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You can also use the Exchange Management Shell to display migration user statistics.For more information, see: Migration, select the migration batch, and then click View details under Mailbox status in the details pane.Identifies the specific point in the migration process for each mail object in the migration batch.This status is more specific than the high-level status summary displayed in the list of migration users. The total amount of data (in bytes and megabytes) for the mailbox items that have been migrated to the Exchange Online mailbox.The number of rows added via the bulk import was just over the limit to trigger an auto-update of statistics for the next query, which I showed.I had many people ask why statistics did not update immediately after the bulk load of the 25,000 rows completed, so I want to step through the demo that I did at Summit to clarify when an automatic update will occur.

The database had the Auto Update Statistics option enabled, and I had added almost 25,000 rows to a table with 121,000 rows.SQL Server has pre-determined thresholds where it considers statistics to be out-of-date and therefore invalid.The technical article, Statistics Used by the Query Optimizer in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, documents these thresholds.Whether you use i Tunes or update wirelessly, you'll have the same amount of free space on your device after you update.If you can’t update wirelessly on your i OS device, you can update manually using i Tunes on a computer that you trust.To help you understand the migration status states described in the previous sections, it’s helpful to be familiar with the phases of the migration process.

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