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A fill factor of 0% and 100% means the same thing to SQL Server
on 7/20/2009 | Category:
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Whenever an index is created or rebuilt, the fill factor option can be used to determine the percentage of free space (if any) on each leaf level page of the index. A fill factor of 0 or 100, both tell SQL Server that the fill factor should be 100, and leaf level pages are to be filled to full capacity.
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